Twitter Takes Down Trans Activist's Video Containing J.K. Rowling's 'Death Threat'
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In her music video, trans activist and singer Faye Fadem sends death threats against the 'Harry Potter' author, who has been under fire for her anti-trans views.

AceShowbiz - Twitter removed trans activist and singer Faye Fadem's music video. In the said video, Faye, who releases music under the name Trust Fund Ozu, sent death threats against "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling, who has been under fire for her anti-trans views.

"Notting Hill" actor James Dreyfuss revealed on Twitter that he filed a complaint with the social media over Faye's April 1 tweet. James wrote, "Surprise, Surprise! So, death threats=Good. Saying 'women are women'=Bad. @Twitter @TwitterSupport Congratulations. You've hit rock bottom. Seek help. night all. X."

James claimed that Faye's video included lyrics that read "As I kill (Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminists)" and "J.K. I hope you fit in a hearse." However, in a screenshot that James posted, Twitter claimed in its response that Faye didn't break any rules. "After viewing the available information, we want to let you know that TrustFundOzu hasn't broken our safety policies," it wrote.

The video didn't go unnoticed by J.K. Rowling. Addressing the matter, she wrote, "I'm afraid I can't give a shout out to everyone promising to murder me - there are so many of you, and I'm a busy woman - but this one deserves a mention for the nineties rave vibe, @TrustFundOzu."

Faye apparently wasn't happy with the author's tweet and took a jab at the British writer. "I know it's not the point, but this is a very tame tweet compared to what I and many other trans people get in our comment sections every day," she penned. "Like, this can't be the worst thing people are saying to her."

The video was eventually removed from Twitter. "This one doing numbers with the transphobes. Getting off twitter for the day," she wrote to followers after the clip was taken down from the blue bird app. Despite having the video removed, Faye didn't stop taunting the author as she shared another version of her music video on her page. "Glad I finally have a video to share every time J.K. Rowling posts transphobic bulls**t (today)," she wrote in the caption.

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