Twitter Deletes Video Showing Athlete Dropping Like a Fly

Twitter Deletes Video Showing Athlete Dropping Like a Fly

Twitter has begun deleting videos showing an athlete falling ill mid-game with chest pains, according to widespread user reports.

The latest example of Big Tech censorship occurred after a video began going viral showing Manchester United player Victor Lindelof stopping mid-game with chest pains and breathing difficulties.

Before it could go viral, Twitter promptly shut it down. The video was removed due to alleged “copyright” claims.


Hundreds of athletes have been dropping like flies recently, with many of them dead.

According to The Sun:

The defender dropped down in discomfort and had his hand on his chest when United medics rushed onto the pitch during the second half of United’s 1-0 victory at Carrow Road.

Lindelof, 27, complained of chest pains and a racing pulse after an innocuous collision. After a few minutes he was taken off the pitch and replaced by Eric Bailly.

This is what users see when they attempt to view the video on Twitter:

(Article by Sean Adl-Tabatabai republished from

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