Is Telegram’s Emoji Cussing at Me? See If You Can Tell What Telegram’s Emoji is Saying

After a disastrous change to WhatsApp’s hilariously scary privacy policy, which led to millions of users bailing out on the communication application, BTJ also signed off and signed up for Telegram.

Last month, BTJ launched a secure chat group for staff members on Telegram when it was discovered that one of the emojis used in the app uses very foul language.

See if you can see what the emoji is saying:

Watch it again. If you can’t see the animation click here and look for the emoji labeled “astonished.”

“What does this emoji seem to be saying to you?” wrote one of the BTJ users on the messaging app.

After looking at it closely, it seemed the the emoji was saying, “What the f***?”

Could it be true?  Watch it again and see if you agree.

Did Telegram do this on purpose or did one of their bored employees play an international prank on the company? There is currently no explanation for this on the official Telegram website and at the writing of this post, oddly enough, there have been no online threads discussing this matter.

In light of this, BTJ also uses Signal, Threema, and private messaging on DingDash for communication with missionaries in closed countries.

Sign up for DingDash is free by clicking here.

Dr. Eugene Bach is a known trouble-maker with an active imagination and sinful past. He has a PhD, but is not a real doctor, so please do not call for him during a medical emergency on an airplane when someone is having a heart attack. Eugene started working for Back to Jerusalem in the year 2000 after a backroom deal involving Chinese spies, the NRA, Swiss bankers, and a small group of Apostolic Christians that only baptize in Jesus’ name. He spends most of his time in closed countries attempting to topple governments by proclaiming the name of Jesus and not taking showers. From time-to-time he pretends to be a writer. He is not good at it, but everyone around him tries to humor him.

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