Someone at BlackBerry made a hilarious mess up on Tuesday when plugging the new BlackBerry Classic in a tweet that was sent on an iPhone.

While Twitter’s first party apps don’t show what device a tweet is sent from, third-party apps like Tweetbot show the crime committed in BlackBerry’s case. You’d think its new QWERTY-touting phone would be perfect for typing a tweet.


Tuesday’s tweet has since been deleted, but luckily The Verge was able to snag a screenshot for hysterics sakes.

It’s sad to say this isn’t BlackBerry’s first social media blunder, as its “Creative Director” Alicia Keys posted from her iPhone with a Drake lyric last year. Of course, she said she was hacked.



Source: The Verge

  • Lol I just read it!

    • Ahmed Karoui

      Where have you been, man? 😀

  • xD

    E P I C F A I L. Poor soul that runs the account probably doesn’t give a shit about blackberry. Gotta earn a wage somehow lol

    • Sokrates


  • Alexander Gennadievich

    Of course she was hakt… uh huh

  • jack

    still not as stupid as oprah’s whore tweet about Surface from an iPad

  • Tom

    crackberry sucks

  • Bugs Bunnay


  • Our Hero

    I always wondered why they dropped that “Posted from–” stuff from their official platforms.

  • Mark Kramer

    Nelson: Ha ha!

  • Martynet

    Why “accidentally”? Why “epic fail” in comments etc…etc? I don’t see anything weird about that. Why should all Blackberry employees use BB. I’m anyone is allowed to use any device… even for official tweets. Nothing wrong with that.

    • Saulo Benigno

      It’s the “official twitter account” from Blackberry.

      They should, at least, show that they are using their phone.