Philip Crowther, affiliated international correspondent for the news agency AP Global Media Services, published on February 21 a video in which it reports from Kiev the latest news of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. It is the same report six times, each time in a different language, including fluent Spanish and his native language, Luxembourgish.
Within 24 hours, Crowther reached 100,000 ‘likes’ on Twitter and more than 11 million views, Not counting the thousands of retweets and quotes; as well as more than 36,000 views on Instagram of his video in which he communicates to the world (at least six groups of speakers) the entry of Russian tanks into Ukrainian territory.
And as users of social networks point out, he does not hesitate and hardly shows an accent in any of them.
Crowther shared the clip to promote himself, but no one seems to have bothered about it. As someone posted: “You have to respect this man who tweets about himself. We follow a proud multilingual king”.
the british daily Subway started a survey among his followers in which he asked how many languages do you speak? The “only one” option is winning.
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