Spider-Man Meme shared by official Ukrainian government Twitter account digging into Russia, netizens say “Stop posting memes”

Ukraine’s official Twitter account shares the ‘Spider-Man’ meme showing a damaged Russian tank (Photo credit – Wikipedia; Twitter)

It has been more than 15 days since Vladimir Putin launched the invasion of Ukraine by sending in his troops and bombarding the country with missiles. After that, many well-known organizations around the world and celebrities gave their support to Ukraine by boycotting Russia and stopping their activities in the country. Now, Ukraine’s official Twitter account has shared a “Spider-Man” meme that shows a damaged Russian tank.

At present, most major companies have restricted their dealings in Russia and recently media conglomerate Disney said it planned to stop operations, while Sony also announced the hiatus of their service, including including the OTT release of Spider-Man: No Coming Home.

Apart from foreign countries, the Ukrainian government has also declared that it will ban the export of millet, buckwheat, sugar, live cattle, meat and other livestock by-products. Now, to poke fun at Vladimir Putin, Ukraine’s official Twitter account has shared a “Spider-Man” meme that shows a damaged Russian tank.

Reacting to the meme, one Twitter user wrote, “You are in the middle of a war, stop posting memes. But they’re pretty good so keep posting them,” another wrote, “So surreal to have a country’s official account tweeting memes like this while being attacked. I’m not criticizing at all, it’s just such a weird time right now.

Earlier, speaking about the shutdown of their business in Russia, Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra told Variety, “We support many companies around the world who have now suspended their business operations in Russia. , and support the humanitarian efforts currently underway in Ukraine and the surrounding region. Two weeks ago, we suspended the upcoming theatrical release of “Morbius” in Russia. Since then, we have also halted our planned releases for the home entertainment, including “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and any future television distribution deals.

Other important establishments to stop their services in Russia are YouTube, Uniqlo, Skechers, Amazon, Facebook, Universal Music Group, Bumble, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and many more.

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