Well, then know that it is normal that you will get followers.
Some will be bots or other accounts that are nor real persons, and some will be real persons.
Some persons will follow you because they have something to offer you, some because you Tweeted something interesting, some because you were recommended to them (for example by Twitter), ...
I have 10000+ followers and I've seen all kind of people follow me.
But like frankp316 and I said: if you don't want followers, make your Tweets private. Then you will be able to approve followers.
Blocking followers because you don't understand why they follow you is kinda rude.
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