Queen Elizabeth II death: Professor who wished UK's monarch a 'painful' death gets an earful from Jeff Bezos

An associate professor from Carnegie Mellon University sparked a row by intensively wishing Queen Elizabeth II's an "excruciating" death.

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In a sad development for the United Kingdom and the world, Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning British monarch (70 years), passed away at 96 in London, paving the way for her first-born Prince Charles to become the King and a long-planned "Operation London Bridge" goes underway in the British Isles. The national anthem immediately shifted back to "God Save the King". Before Queen Elizabeth II death, Buckingham Palace had issue a statement saying that the monarch's health is not well and she is bedridden. Following that wishes started coming all around, however, an associate professor from Carnegie Mellon University sparked a row by intensively wishing Queen Elizabeth II's an "excruciating" death.

An associate professor named Uju Anya on Thursday took to her Twitter handle and wrote, "I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating." The following tweet of Uju Anya, an associated professor of second language acquisition at Carnegie Mellon University, came upon news that the Queen's doctors were 'concerned for Her Majesty’s health.'

Following this, netizens started to slam Uju over her tweet which were 'insensitive' in nature. Not only this, one of the world's richest man and the founder of an E-commerce website Amazon lambasted her saying, "This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don’t think so. Wow."

However, Bezos's tweet did not go well with Uju and she responded, "May everyone you and your merciless greed have harmed in this world remember you as fondly as I remember my colonizers."

It is pertinent to mention here that, Twitter removed the Tweet of Uju wishing Queen Elizabeth II a 'painful' death.

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Prince Charles, 73, who served and dedicated his life to his "beloved mother", Queen Elizabeth II until she left for her heavenly abode, became the successor immediately on Thursday. Though he has been conferred with the title of King Charles III, he had been assisting her mother in her official duties ever since she reported mobility issues. Nearly a month after the historic platinum jubilee celebrations, the 96-year-old monarch was released from some of her duties due to health concerns.