Snapchat CEO Faces Twitter’s Wrath Over ‘Poor India’ Remark

India Boycotts Snapchat.

Who doesn’t love the filters that Snapchat gives us? Chatting with our friends via pictures and uploading stories to show how amazing your day has been going.

But after an ex-Snapchat employee alleged that the social media platform’s CEO Evan Spiegel was not interested in expanding business to India as it was “too poor” for him, all hell broke loose on Twitter.

Although he later denied that he never said anything like that and rubbished the comment saying, “Snapchat is for everyone! It's available worldwide to download for free.”

Also Read: Snapchat CEO Denies Calling India ‘Too Poor’, App Rating Down to 1

But people never forget, do they?

Very soon after the news broke, #BoycottSnapchat started trending on Twitter, and people unified to uninstall the app from their phones.

Here’s how Twitter reacted to Evan Spiegel’s alleged comments:

Not just Twitter, but people took the battle to Google Play as well and gave 1 rating to the Snapchat app.

Here are some comments that people gave to Snapchat.