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I don't know if anyone noticed this all started when a hack Tweeted that Jenson unfollowed Lewis after the announced move to Mercedes. Lewis was not Tweeting for a certain period that time until 3-4 days ago. Jenson responded to the hack who apologized for the mistake. Its all on Jenson's Twitter. As for Lewis latest gafe, I think he should stay off Twitter or hand the account over to a PR personel. Social media may be a great way to reach out fans but it can also be terribly treacherous.