Celebrities, public and media outlets refuse to pay Twitter for ‘blue ticks’

The blue tick allows users to write longer texts and share high-definition videos, as well as re-edit posts.

After Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter, the social media platform demands a monthly payment for the previously free «blue tick», while many public and media organizations, including the White House, and well-known people refuse to pay Twitter.

LeBron James, one of the players of the American Basketball League (NBA), also noted that this feature may be removed from his account soon, as he will not pay for the «blue tick».

Michael Thomas, one of the US football league players, also announced that he «does not want blue ticks anymore».

US actor Jack Black said, «Obviously, I’m a little embarrassed by the blue tick. It’s better not to be obvious. I’m definitely not going to pay for it.» shared.

Canadian actor William Shatner also joined the refusing to pay, saying, «Hey Musk, what happens when you don’t pay and the blue tick goes away? I’ve been wasting my time here for 15 years on witty thoughts. Now you want money for what you gave me for free?» made his criticism.

US singer and actress Dionne Warwick stated that instead of paying for the «blue tick», she would buy extra coffee with that money.

Journalist Larry Madowo, who works for CNN, said in his post, «Neither I nor CNN have any plans to pay Twitter for blue ticks. Twitter states that the blue tick on my 12-year verified account will be gone soon. Anyone can open an account on my behalf.» dollars. What could be wrong with it?» made its assessment.

Among the media organizations that refuse to pay Twitter are many well-known newspapers and news sites such as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, BuzzFeed, POLITICO and Vox.

It is stated that the monthly cost of the new «blue tick» application, the social media platform Twitter, will reach 1000 dollars for companies.

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After Elon Musk took over Twitter, the platform now demands a monthly payment for the previously free «blue tick» verification badge. However, many public figures and media organizations refuse to pay for the feature. LeBron James and Michael Thomas, both professional sports players, have said that they will not pay for the blue tick. Actor Jack Black and Canadian actor William Shatner have also joined the group of people refusing to pay, with Shatner critiquing Musk about losing the feature he has used for the past 15 years. Journalist Larry Madowo and many well-known newspapers and news sites, such as The New York Times, also refuse to pay for the blue tick. It is estimated that the monthly cost for this Twitter application could reach up to 1000 dollars for companies.

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