Musk wanted to verify juridical users a monthly fee of $20 to keep its blue checkmark support on the Twitter platform.
It didn't go well for most end users.
Stephen King has criticized the concept of this check. He wrote, "20 bucks a month to keep my blue check?" He emphasized, "If that gets established, I'm the next Enron.
King responded to a customer's request when he stated that it ain t the money;
it's the principle of the thing that they enjoyed 6.9 million followers.
Elon Musk replied to that tweet. Whatever we have to do, we have to pay our bills somehow! Twitter cannot entirely rely on advertisers. How about $8?
Musk added, I will offer more information on this issue in due course. It is the only way to prevail over the bots and trolls.