Ever since Elon Musk took over Twitter, after his $44 billion dollar buy was completed, news have emerged constantly about the changes that the billionaire tech mogul will bring to the social media platform, but perhaps none has stirred the pot as much as the one regarding the verified blue check mark on profiles, because now it’ll cost $8 dollars a month to have it.
Martina Navratilova isn’t happy about the new verification cost
Tennis legend and 18-time Grand Slam winner, Martina Navratilova isn’t happy about the reports emerging that indicate that users who currently have the verified blue check mark on their Twitter profiles are now going to have to pay monthly for this emblem.
She responded to an Elon Musk’s tweet and said that the verified blue check mark just appeared one day on her profile without her asking, so she won’t be paying for it, even if it means they take it off her profile.
Martina Navratilova got into it with Twitter user
A Twitter user chimed in and responded to Martina Navratilova that if it didn’t bother her, she wouldn’t be posting it in her feed and replying to Elon Musk.
To which she replied that it was none of his business.
Then the user expressed that in fact it wasn’t his business but still stated that her rant about losing the blue check mark further indicates it bothers her.
Navratilova then said that paying is what would make her mad and not losing the blue check mark.
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