I have someone else's hub on my profile as "Some of Rudra's Favorite Topics". I dont even follow that person.
How do I remove it?
I do too and was wondering the same thing.
Hopefully, this will get worked out soon.
Jump on over to this thread Rudra same problems
It appears to be a glich in the system. They should get it resolved soon.
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