It seems Ho Ching just had a “nonononoooooooooo…” moment on Social Media.
A Twitter noment:
When you accidentally post a clever subtweet…
but have to dis-claim it
Ho Ching, was born 27 March 1953, she is the CEO of Temasek Holdings, the 59th most powerful woman in the world (says Forbes, 2014), and the wife of Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
The main takeaway is she was born in the 50s, which means she is NOT a “digital native” she had to learn how to use the fax, the phone and emails and social media like many of her peers.
Some hours ago, she accidentally posted this pic:
which is, some say perfect, some say unfortunate, timing as her husband is – at the moment – embroiled in a little family spat on social media with his sister Dr Lee Wei Ling.
Ho Ching quickly deletes the picture with the following note, referring to herself as a Twitter newbie:
Basically saying to Twitter:
And in a way, we can empathize… I mean we’ve all had that moment, or should we say noment when we posted something and went… “oh hell no i did not just post that”
and if you quickly apologize, all should be forgiven.
The End. (or is it?)
Nothing to see here anymore, move along. get back to work.
One last time.
social media noment of fame