Tatsuki Fujimoto, the man behind the creation of The Chainsaw Man, has had his account banned by Twitter. However, the now-banned account was said to be handled by the creator’s fictitious sister who actively promoted the anime on Twitter. Fujimoto was even said to “come out of roleplay” during the anime post to clarify things of interest, but no one knows what inspired him to adapt this persona on social media.
His fictitious younger sister was apparently a third-year elementary school student aged 12 as stated in her Twitter bio. The age restriction was said to be the reason for the account being banned through a new account on Twitter. Fujimoto has mentioned he is in contact with Twitter to bring back the account again.
Tatsuki Fujimoto’s account banned for age restrictions
Tatsuki Fujimoto, the creator of the manga The Chainsaw Man has been a part of Twitter under the guise of his fictitious sister Koharu Nagayama. The creator, however, does not do a good job of securing his identity through his frequent acts of coming out of roleplay and giving live remarks clarifying things of interest.
His ongoing promotion was put up with a barrier when Twitter banned the account due to age restrictions. Following that, the creator made another account to update the ongoing regarding his earlier account, yet not dropping the veil.
I have been informed that the account of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s younger sister, Koharu-chan, has been deactivated due to problems with her registered age. Her brother, the author, has already contacted Twitter to resolve the situation. Ladies and gentlemen, we’d appreciate it if you can wait for her sister’s return to Twitter. Thank you very much.
Fujimoto may still be in talks with Twitter to explain the misunderstanding and retain the account.
Tatsuki Fujimoto’s whereabouts
Tatsuki Fujimoto had no choice left but to create a new Twitter handle to post his updates on the anime series of the manga he authored, The Chainsaw Man. His new Twitter handle was revealed to be @ashitaka_eva which gained over 160,000 followers in just four hours.
Since Elon Musk took over Twitter, there also came updates that perhaps weren’t the best for the application. The Twitter Blue update which allows anyone to get a blue tick verification proved to be disastrous after many troll accounts surfaced impersonating celebrities. This act led to Twitter deleting many accounts and Fujimoto’s was just caught in the herd.
It is only the fans’ ardent hope that the Fire Punch author knows better than to not repeat the mistake once again.