Yes, I understand that this is all kind of hypothetical, there have been no black holes discovered with a naked singularity. A black hole which is spinning beyond the speed of light is said to expand its event horizon to drop below the speed of light again. When it does that, it creates a donut-shaped, toroidal EVH, and that leads to its singularity being exposed to the outside universe. How would time work inside such a thing? Time inside a black hole is said lead towards the singularity, but how would anything head towards the singularity if the singularity is outside the EVH?