Stephen King lashes out at Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter, after a number of advertising companies removed their advertisements from the social media platform.
The author of the IT book posted on Twitter that “pretty soon the only advertiser remaining on Twitter will be My Pillow.”
Elon retorted, “Oh, hey, lol,” in response to this.
In a subsequent tweet, the founder of Tesla demonstrated his natural inquisitiveness by posing the following question: “Is my pillow genuinely a fantastic pillow?” Now you’ve piqued my interest!
After some time had passed, Elon conceived of a headline and penned the following in his journal: “Headline: “Stephen King Tweet Causes My Pillow Sales to Skyrocket!” Lmaooo.”
Despite this, Stephen did not respond to Elon’s initial message concerning “my pillow,” which was sent by Elon.
Earlier, the well-known author tweeted, “$20 a month to keep my blue check?” in reference to Elon’s practise of charging subscribers $20 in order to receive a blue checkmark. To hell with it, they should compensate me. “If that proposal is approved, I’m out of here like Enron.”
In response, Elon stated, “We need to find a way to pay the bills!” Twitter cannot completely rely on revenue from advertising. How about eight dollars?
In the meantime, Elon had halted the blue verified feature and said, “Holding off relaunch of blue verified until there is high confidence in halting impersonation.” (Holding off relaunch of blue verified until there is high confidence in stopping impersonation.) Most likely, he will use a different colour check for organizations in comparison to individuals.