Barak Obama Has theMost Liked-Tweet Ever In Twitter History

Barak Obama, the former president of the U.S. tweetedas “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love. For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”

Obama posted this tweet in a response to the violent Charlottesville rally, which led to several death and injuries because of a man who drove his car into the protestors’ crowd in Virginia.

According to Twitter, Obama’s tweet was posted on Saturday at 5:06 pm, and it became most liked tweet ever in history as on Tuesday, 10:07 pm.The tweet got 2.8 million likes with breaking records of Twitter. It is reported that this tweet is also on fifth rank of the most retweeted tweet ever.

The tweet is the quote from “Long Walk to Freedom”, an autobiography of Nelson Mandela, tweeted by Obama along with a picture of himself taken in 2011 by Pete Souza, a former photographer of White House. The picture shows Obama greeting a group of children from different races through window on day care facility located just next to his daughter Sasha’s school in Bethesda, Maryland.

Obama’s tweet has surpassed the earlier record of Twitter for the most liked tweet was named on Ariana Grande, an American singer and actress.  She tweeted responding to the insane terrorists attacks outside her show concert in Manchester, England. Her tweet crossed 2.7 million likes early Tuesday.

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