Musk wrote: “I’m postponing the Blue Verified reboot to November 29 to make sure it’s reliable.”

Since taking over Twitter, Musk has been making plans to overhaul Twitter Blue verification and started by making verified users pay $7.99 per month to keep or get the blue checkmark.

Prior to that, Twitter provided free blue ticks to celebrities, columnists, journalists, and other well-known individuals on the platform.

When the feature rolled out on November 5, Twitter official accounts were swept away by a wave of parodies, as almost anyone could buy a checkmark.

Since then, the Twitter team has been embroiled in a mess, removing ticks and ticks to defeat the onslaught of parodists buying authenticity on the platform.

Source: Ferra

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