According to one of twitter’s rules on the platform , found Twitter Rules and Policies
“Abuse/harassment: You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so.
This includes wishing or hoping that someone experiences physical harm. ”
This particular tweet was clearly a tricky situation for twitter’s algorithm. It assumed that the word `die’ was wishing someone to die, but twitter should have detected that the user was Afrikaans speaking.
The word "Die" in Afrikaans means "The" in English. He did not violate your rules.
Please unlock @VanniePlaas account.
— Bellville Piet (@BellvillePiet) October 31, 2019
Wasting your time…. not much intelligence at @TwitterSupport otherwise they would have tried to look at the context.
— Marius Avenant (@avenant_m) October 31, 2019
Dit is seker die domste ding wat ek nog gesien het! Hoe simpel kan hulle wees! pic.twitter.com/YQGmhQMLQC
— Elize (@Elizemte) October 31, 2019
— SA Critic (@sacomplaintsho1) October 31, 2019
Someone need to teach @TwitterSupport bots how to speak one of South Africa’s official languages 🤭
— Antoine (@antoinedlmsa) November 1, 2019