“F–k You Elon”—Doja Cat Slams Twitter’s New Policy After She Can’t Change Her Name From ‘Christmas’


Doja Cat just posted an audio clip of her sighing with dramatic disdain for Twitter’s dopey $8 per month for verification policy.

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Full disclosure: I’m verified. I will never, ever pay $8 per month for something like that. What a boneheaded idea.

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I also spiced up my username with a ghost for Halloween and can’t change it back, so I guess that’s just me forever now.

Anyway – Doja Cat! Like so many of us, she is not thrilled with Twitter.

On November 10th she uploaded an audio clip of her sighing over the aggravation of new owner Elon Musk’s plans to charge money for verification.

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She followed it up with a second clip mocking anyone who WILL pay $8 per month for the badge.

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“You guys are paying $8 a month to come on here and go to war with people who are not in agreement with who your favorite pop star is?”

She also recently changed her Twitter handle to “Christmas” but when Musk randomly hurled his “no name changes” policy down, she realized she was stuck like that (Feel ya girl).

“I don’t wanna be christmas forever Elon Musk please help I’ve made a mistake,” Doja tweeted on November 10. She followed it up with a bunch of expletives. Musk said, “Working on it!”

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Celebrities big and small have been mocking the new Twitter developments. On Sunday, comedian Kathy Griffin’s account was suspended after she pretended to be Musk on the platform. Just a week before, Musk had said, “comedy is now legal on Twitter”.

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Stephen King also pointed out that the notion of celebrities pay money for their blue checks is insulting; they give content to the platform for free.

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“$20 a month to keep my blue check? Fuck that, they should pay me. If that gets instituted, I’m gone like Enron.”

Musk then wondered if $8 was more appropriate. “We need to pay the bills somehow! Twitter cannot rely entirely on advertisers. How about $8?”

No, Elon. It is not.

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