- Twitter was recently acquired by Elon Musk
- The billionaire promised major changes
- Celebrities have lost their all-important blue check mark
When Elon Musk took over Twitter, the news was met with a mix of scepticism and excitement. From the start, the controversial billionaire promised that there would a lot things moving in another direction at Twitter. That included some of the landmark foundations of the platform, as his team looked to revamp Twitter.
These celebrities aren't big fans of Elon Musk
As promised by Elon Musk, Twitter began removing blue check marks from legacy accounts on April 20. To regain verification status, a user must go through a series of new protocols. And that is intended to beef up security on Twitter.
Celebrities who have long had the blue check mark next to their names are voicing their opinions about the change. "Having a blue tick now means theres a higher chance that you're a complete loser and that you're desperate for validation from famous people," sad Doja Cat via Twitter...
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