Here are the 7 funniest imposter tweets from Twitter’s check mark fiasco

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If you haven’t been on Twitter lately, it’s in a bit of chaos, to say the least. Since taking over the company, Elon Musk has been implementing controversial business-altering changes left and right. But one of the main culprits currently causing the blue bird app to go haywire are imposters pretending to be major brands and celebrities.

To quickly summarize how it got to this point, Musk came up with the idea to charge verified users $19.99 a month for their blue check marks. After getting roasted by author Stephen King and plenty of other Twitter users, Musk backed down saying, “We need to pay the bills somehow! Twitter cannot entirely rely on advertisers. How about $8?” That $8 fee has been integrated with the company’s subscription service Twitter Blue rolled out to users — until it was then removed.


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