He died at 104 years old British Ivy Bean, who became known all over the web for being the oldest user to have an account on Twitter. Born way back in March 1906 the friendly grandmother lived in a nursing home in the city of Bradford and in September 2008 had the help of one of his grandchildren to make an account on the service microblog, in what used to post alone about the little adventures of your day to day its nearly 57,000 followers. In addition, Ivy also had an account on Facebook with 4,945 friends accurate.
Because of the fame acquired by his tweets old lady had good moments of fame, personally knowing celebrities as Prime Minister Gordon Brown and singer Peter Andre, who stamped the photo of your profile giving him a peck on the forehead.
The announcement of his death was made by Pat Wright, director of the asylum which was responsible for updating the profiles in recent weeks, since the health of Grandma worsened. “Ivy died peacefully at 12h08 this morning,” says farewell post. As usual, moments after it ended in trending topics.