Twitter Blue Ticks is officially a paid-only service. Previously awarded and used to determine a verified social media channel, under the leadership of Elon Musk, Twitter has decided that this should no longer be the case and that only those who pay for a subscription to the platform should have access to the brand symbol. coveted. blue.

While a slew of once-verified people have now lost their blue checkmarks, this purge did not discriminate against some of the most important and influential people on the platforms, and that doesn’t include anyone else. as Beyoncé and Cristiano Ronaldo, two people who together they have accounts that see more than 125 million people follow them.

This means that if the football and music legends want their blue ticks back, they will each have to pay £67 a year to have the brand reinstated on their accounts. Not that it made a dent in the finances of any of them.


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