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Twitter is testing a way for users to remove followers without fully blocking them. However, those who are removed are not prevented from following the account again in the future.
The social network said in a Twitter Support tweet Tuesday, “We’re making it easier to be the curator of your own followers list. Now testing on web: Remove a follower without blocking them. To remove a follower, go to your profile and click ‘Followers,’ then click the three-dot icon and select ‘Remove this follower.’