Former US first lady, Hillary changes Twitter bio after controversial “wife” question

– Former US Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton’s has edited her Twitter bio, following her encounter with Chimamanda Adichie

– The Nigerian author had questioned Hillary as to why her Twitter bio starts with ‘wife’

– The former first lady has responded saying women should be able to celebrate both their accomplishments and their relationships

Former US presidential candidate and first lady, Hillary Clinton, has changed her twitter bio following an interview with award winning Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Adichie in an interview with Hillary at a Pen World Voices Festival lecture at the Cooper Union in Manhattan on Sunday, April 22, had expressed displeasure over Clinton’s use of “wife” to begin her Twitter bio.

“In your Twitter account, the first word that describes you is ‘Wife.’ And then I think it’s ‘Mom,’ and then it’s ‘Grandmother’. And when I saw that, I have to confess that I felt just a little bit upset,” she said.

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Clinton replied that women should be able to celebrate both their accomplishments and their relationships.

Hillary’s twitter bio which prevoiusly read:

“Wife, Mom. Grandma, Women+kids advocate, FLOTUS, Senator, SecState, Hair icon, pantsuit aficionado, 2016 presidential candidate. Tweets from Hillary signed –H”

Now reads:

“2016 Democratic Nominee, SecState, Senator, hair icon. Mom, Wife, Grandma x2, lawyer, advocate, fan of walks in the woods and standing up for our democracy.”

Hillary changes twitter bio after Chimamanda’s controversial “wife” question

Hillary Clinton changes twitter bio after controversial “wife” question

PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News Anywhere 24/7. Spend less on the Internet! previously reported that celebrated Nigerian author, Chimamanda Adichie, caused quite a ruckus on social media after her remarks about Hillary Clinton’s Twitter bio with many accusing her of overreaching with her brand of feminism.

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