GoDaddy girl’s social split up | SocialExcerpts

GoDaddy girl’s social split up | SocialExcerpts

GoDaddy girl’s social split up Nov 23

Danica Patrick, the acclaimed NASSCAR driver and a girl, announced her divorce with her husband in a very nondescript way, she announced it on Facebook. The post evidently received an astounding number of likes, comments and shares from fans.

Her post on her official page read, “I am sad to inform my fans that after 7 years, Paul and I have decided to amicably end our marriage. This isn’t easy for either of us, but mutually it has come to this. He has been an important person and friend in my life and that’s how we will remain moving forward”.

The influence of social media is increasing by leaps and bounds. Recently we saw the journalists covering the unrest in Gaza, live tweeting the incidents and ceasefire agreement.  Then this sports’ hotshot opts for Facebook to break the news of her divorce. Is this gradually turning into a trend? We will have to wait and watch!

Patrick has become a sports and pop culture icon since she became the fourth woman to race in the Indianapolis 500 in 2005. In the succeeding years, she hosted TV shows and appeared on late-night talk shows and in slew of advertisements, which included the all sexed-up web hosting company

Danica has about 273,000 fans on Facebook, and her brief divorce announcement sparked some major engagement on her page. At the time of writing this article, the post had 7,637 likes, 4237 comments and 1007 shares. Given Danica’s sex-symbol status, the comments follow the general trend:


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