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A series of high-profile celebrities are leaving Twitter as a result of changes to the platform since new owner Elon Musk took over last month, including artist Jack White and model Gigi Hadid.

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20 Novemberformer White Stripes frontman jack white i left twitter saying an instagram post Musk’s decision to restore former President Donald Trump’s account was the final straw and the new Twitter owner is using his power to “propaganda” terrible violence-inducing liarsThose who are taking the country and the world backwards.

19 NovemberTrent Reznor In an interview with Nine Inch Nails, he stated that he was leaving the stage. hollywood reporterStating that the world does not need the “arrogance of the billionaire class” to believe they can solve every issue, adding Twitter has “been so”. a toxic environment.,

november 7Whoopi Goldberg said she was leaving Twitter during an episode sightThe stage is calling”Very dirtyAnd she’s tired of the back and forth, saying that “certain types of approaches have been blocked and now they’re back,” but she added that if “it stabilizes and I’m more comfortable I have a feeling she might come back.”

november 5gigi hadid announced she had deactivated her Twitter after more than a decade, saying she would miss connecting with fans under Musk’s leadership, saying it was “more than a sumpAnd that’s not a place I want to be a part of.”

October 29when the showrunner shonda rimes Left, she told her followers that she “won’t be hanging around.” Whatever Elon Has Planned,

October 29toni braxton Musk was among the first celebrities to quit Twitter the day after the acquisition was finalized, tweeting that he was “shocked and horrifiedon the content it had seen on the platform since the acquisition, saying that “hate speech is unacceptable under the guise of free speech” and that Twitter a safe place for people of color.

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Since Musk's acquisition of Twitter last month, many advertisers have also suspended spending on the platform in recognition of the new direction the company is taking. This week, Twitter delayed the relaunch of paid subscription service Twitter Blue over concerns of users impersonating high-profile celebrities. When the program, which includes paid verification badges, first debuted earlier this month, some users paid the $7.99 fee for Checkmark just to impersonate famous figures and groups.