If you ever wondered how to react to a racist message, then step in Mr Abdul Dremali or Advil as he's known on Twitter, a brand growth specialist and an award-winning (astro) photographer and host of
@UnrelatablePod. He is also someone who likes to take the piss outta Trump supporters especially showering them with compliments, just to wind them up a bit more and keep us entertained. Here are few snippets of his hilarious battles.
ok this is too fun. my new hobby is starting shit in trumps mentions then when someone gets mad just complimenting them pic.twitter.com/ivLph0YUAB
— abdul (@Advil) March 3, 2017
i love this app pic.twitter.com/pcJVLlz0fB
— abdul (@Advil) January 24, 2017
Now with social media taking a prominent role in our lives, we all know the amount of hate people get via dm's or point blank on public platforms, and lucky for us Abdul has found the perfect solution on how to deal with racist messages, he started off by saying "my FAVOURITE thing in the world is responding to my hateful messages and seeing how fast i can change their mood." and shared the exchange he had with Michael
The responses from the inter web were full of admiration for Abdul who kept his cool …
This is incredible
— ROME (@romemcelroy) December 18, 2018
Thats wholesome omg good on you @advil making the world more wholesome
— Wholesome Memes (@WholesomeMeme) December 18, 2018
someday i'm gonna print these out and put them in an art gallery
— abdul (@Advil) December 18, 2018
come try this shit in my dms maybe men will stop telling me to kill myself rifjwiowokdw
— Alexis Isabel (@lexi4prez) December 18, 2018
It's upsetting that either of you — or anyone — should have to get used to harassment and abuse of any kind. I hope it improves for you both. And kudos Abdul for trying to turn the tables in a positive way.
— Kyle Wadsworth (@Shootist2600) December 19, 2018
I've been doing this for years on YouTube comments and it pretty much always works! Someone usually just admits they were having a bad day…
— Bruce Greene (@brucegreene) December 19, 2018
Your awesome dude! I used to waitress and this guy came in and was just horrible but I was nice. Next day he came back his dad had died the day before. You never know where people are in their lives.
— Meghan Katowitz (@MCKatowitz) December 18, 2018
Good for you it's hard to be nice when insulted. You are a better person than for not responding negatively 😊
— Linda Anderson (@andersonlinda22) December 18, 2018