Twitter begins removal of ‘verified’ checkmarks from notable figures

The end of an era on Tuesday as Twitter finally removed its famed blue ticks, used to denote the official accounts of world leaders, celebrities and sports stars, from those who refused to pay up. On Thursday afternoon, A-listers including Kim Kardashian and Justin Bieber's accounts were no longer verified. The rollout of the removal has been months in the making with Musk saying since November that Twitter needed to become more profitable Daily Mail Online reports that they could get the marks back by paying anywhere between $8 and $11 per month. But some longtime users have balked at

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