Donald Trump thanked a black entrepreneur on Twitter, but she might not be real
Mashable • Martha Tesema • 5 hours ago
UPDATE: Aug. 6, 2017, 5:56 p.m. EDT A representative of heavy.com has contacted Mashable, explaining they have spoken with “the woman whose name was used to create multiple accounts connected to ProTrump45,” who claims her identity has been stolen and plans to file a police report.
Heavy’s story has since been substantially altered, removing mentions of the real Mincy, who forcefully stated that she doesn’t sell Trump merchandise or have anything to do with him.
Further, Trump’s earlier Twitter shout-outnow points to the same tweet as before, but from a different account. This one belongs to @AlexandriaM0ra, and features the same profile photo as the earlier fake Mincey account.