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Twitter: Musk stern about $8 for blue tick, here’s what his latest tweet reads

Elon Musk, the new Twitter chief who is known for his humorous replies, has again made it clear that he is stern about decision of charging $8 for blue tick or verification of accounts on the microblogging site.

In his latest tweet, Elon Musk posted a picture of black t-shirt with a caption on it. “Your feedback is appreciated. Now pay $8 (blue tick),” the caption read.

Not long before this tweet, Musk additionally educated the clients that Twitter use is at a record-breaking high as of now. He trusted that the high use of Twitter doesn’t allow servers to go down.

“Twitter use is at a record-breaking high haha. I simply trust the servers don’t dissolve!” he wrote in another tweet.

Eminently, this isn’t whenever that Musk first has shown his harsh disposition towards $8 choice for blue tick. Prior on November 2, Musk gave a similar answer to American Congress legislator Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who remarked over charges for blue tick confirmation.

“Lmao at a very rich person truly endeavoring to sell individuals on the idea that ‘free articulation’ is really a $8/month enrollment plan,” the lawmaker tweeted prior.
Musk answered, “Your input is valued. Presently pay $8.”
Elon Musk on November 6 affirmed that Twitter blue is supposed to carry out in India in under a month.
At the point when a client named Prabhu labeled Musk and inquired, “When might we at any point hope to have the Twitter Blue carry out in India?” to which Musk answered, “Ideally, under a month.”

Twitter refreshed its application in Apple’s Application Store to start charging $8 for pursued blue check confirmation marks, in Elon Musk’s most memorable significant modification of the virtual entertainment stage.

The change comes seven days after Musk assumed control over the online entertainment organization in a $44 billion arrangement. The extremely rich person business visionary and President of electric vehicle creator Tesla cut around 50% of the staff at Twitter and has promised to begin charging clients more.


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