Medical Q&A platform Ask The Doctor files lawsuit against Shiba Inu, engages war of words on Twitter

Tuesdays can be boring, but an ongoing Twitter drama is captivating the attention of many blockchain enthusiasts. Ask The Doctor, a Canadian medical questions and answers website, announced that it would be suing Shytoshi Kusama, volunteer project lead of meme token Shiba Inu (SHIB), for alleged libel and will attempt to uncover his personal identity in court. Kusama immediately fired back, alleging that “it is illegal [for Ask The Doctor] to take people’s money for a service it never provides.”

Tell your legal team that it is illegal to buy a verified account to use it to scam other people. Tell them it is illegal to take people’s money for a service you never provide.

And if you REALLY want to come and get me…


It’s almost time anyway… I’m ready

— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) December 21, 2021

The heated exchange began when Kusama quoted a promotional SHIB tweet from Ask The Doctor the day prior, alleging, “You’re a scam account. Where are all your “doctor” tweets from tour account created in what 2009?” If the plot wasn’t already thick enough, Ask The Doctor was formerly a SHIB influencer. 

In a Dec. 1 tweet, the firm claimed to have added 31 billion SHIB ($1.5 million at the time) to its balance sheet. On Monday, Ask The Doctor then tweeted it had eliminated its SHIB tokens from its books. Twitter users allege that the firm has been heavily promoting SHIB tokens to retail investors over the past month.

You’re a scam account. Where are all your “doctor” tweets from tour account created in what 2009? Gtfoh. Go scam another token like you planned on doing with your first tweets. .@askthedr

— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) December 21, 2021

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At the time of publication, Ask The Doctor continues to escalate the conflict on the social media platform. In more recent tweets, the firm alleges that SHIB is “a scam,” “heading to zero,” “facing delisting,” and stating that, without evidence, “there is a rug pull coming.” Since the conflict began less than 24…



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