The account has received some backlash for the tweets from other users, and appears to have deleted at least one of the soliciting tweets.
The firm also has a Facebook page adorned with various memes, many of its own creation.
13. Update: The firm emailed a statement to BuzzFeed Friday afternoon apologizing for a new employee who “went rogue” with the Twitter account:
H/T to Nick Divers.
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