Barack Obama now has the most liked tweet in history
In the history of Twitter, former US President Barack Obama's tweet with a Nelson Mandela quote about the Charlottesville attack is the most liked ever.
Barack Obama’s case may actually be ‘Likes are endorsements’ as the former president of the United States of America moves to the top with his tweet in reaction to attack in Charlottesville is the most liked tweet in the history of Twitter.
Ellen DeGeneres iconic selfie started the attention of a somehow how far can your tweet go. Her reaction on her show to the chicken nuggets guy Carter Wilkerson beating her record of the most retweeted tweet ever is also pure gold.
But neither Ellen nor Carter has more likes on their viral tweet that Barack Obama despite the talk show host and chicken nuggets guy posting their tweets on March 3, 2014, and April 6, 2017.
Former US President Barack Obama’s post was made on Sunday, August 13, 2017, and has more than 2.9 million likes on Twitter.
In the photo plus text tweet, Obama quotes the late South African President Nelson Mandela writing:
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion.”
The photo sees Obama with four happy children with different racial backgrounds peeping through a window at a day care facility near his daughter Sasha’s school in Bethesda, Maryland.
Obama’s iconic photo which is indirectly the most liked photo on Twitter was taken by Pete Souza in 2011.
Arina Grande’s tweet following the attack during her concert in Manchester is the second most liked tweet on Twitter.
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