She’s the War-lord of Twitter.
Months after smacking Chance the Rapper back to his booster seat, R&B-pop legend Dionne Warwick, 80, has gone viral yet again after announcing her plan to take over Twitter. A video of her badass post currently boasts more than 450,000 views.
“New @Twitter Rule: When you join the app, you have to have a bio written by me or it doesn’t count,” announced the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee Tuesday. “It has been declared. Quote twote this with my hash tag #dionnewarwick!”
The “I Say a Little Prayer” diva also included a graphic of herself as a cartoon unicorn telling users “I won’t stop doing my bios until I have taken over Twitter. So there!”
Twitter, for one, welcomed their new online overlord.
“Can you please write me a bio?” tweeted another. “It would mean SO MUCH!”
Another quipped, “I didn’t have ‘Dionne Warwick becomes my favorite part of Twitter’ on my pandemic bingo card. You’re a gem.”
Indeed, the Grammy winner has been hailed undisputed “Queen of Social Media” for her authoritative tweets, in which she has verbally dunked on A-listers ranging from The Weeknd to Wendy Williams.
In fact, Warwick’s slams are so smoldering that some have accused the Twitter wizard of employing a ghost-Tweeter. However, the “Alfie” crooner insists that she concocts her own posts.
“This is for all you tweeters who have decided that I’m not tweeting my own stuff,” retorted Warwick on the platform. “I want you to know I am — and I’m getting very, very, very good at it.”
She told The Post recently that she joined at the encouragement of her family.
“I was watching my nieces and nephews, and all this fun they were having on Twitter,” said Warwick. “I said, ‘I wanna do that! Can you show me how to do it?’ And she taught me what to do, and all of a sudden I was having me some fun, too.”
Here are her best tweets since she became the queen of Twitter.
1. Chance the Rapper didn’t stand a chance
2. When she knocked The Weeknd down a few pegs
3. When she subtly dragged U2’s Apple album
4. DaBaby didn’t know whether to be offended or honored
5. Her own family wasn’t even spared
6. She didn’t even go there about the state of our country
7. Your best intentions weren’t spared either