ZEGO announced today that an undisclosed employee has gone rogue and taken over the company’s Twitter account under the name Z-Goes-Rogue.
“With the stress of back-to-back Winter Fancy Food Show and Expo West 2020, I guess we can’t be too surprised,” said Colleen Kavanagh, ZEGO’s CEO.
The company wants to apologize in advance to anyone who experiences tongue-in-cheek injuries due to the unauthorized content.
Kavanagh is hoping people are so busy preparing for Expo West that they won’t notice the anticipating fake, slightly offensive headlines. If readers find themselves inspired, Z Goes Rogue has brashly announced they are open-sourcing content and ask for inspired submissions to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I’ve been meaning to change my passwords for years; I guess it finally caught up to me,” Kavanagh exclaimed with a notable roll of her eyes.