A few days ago we reported that Tatsuki Fujimotoauthor of the popular franchise chainsaw manhad become a trend after it was confirmed that on his official Twitter account he pretended to be his fictitious younger sister named “Koharu Nagayama“. On his Twitter account, Fujimoto poses as a third-year elementary school student who claims to be Tatsuki Fujimoto’s sister. This identity is completely invented and nobody knows why the author does it, although in each Chainsaw Man anime broadcast he “comes out of roleplay” and makes live comments explaining details of interest and others.
But the joke did not last long. When fans searched for his Twitter account to review his posts, they discovered that Twitter had disabled his account.
When the fans were already theorizing about it, the editor Shihei Lin shared an update reporting that the account had been deactivated because Fujimoto had come up with the brilliant idea of having the birthday coincide with that of a real elementary school student (i.e. a minor).
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. His brother, the author, has already contacted Twitter to resolve the situation. Ladies and gentlemen, we’d appreciate it if you can wait for your sister’s return to Twitter. Thank you very much.
This is something that had previously happened to Hatsune Mikuthe virtual idol of Vocaloid, whose development team set her Japanese release date as her date of birth, making her a “minor” and temporarily disabling her account. Fujimoto may get her account back if she explains the situation, but the age she set is surely too young to negotiate. Font: Official Twitter Account