“A break from bullies and sad lowlifes”- LIV Golf’s Ian Poulter reacted over Elon Musk’s Twitter 2.0
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LIV Golf’s Ian Poulter reacted over Twitter’s future following its takeover by Tesla CEO Elon Musk. An array of reactions have poured all throughout the internet with people being both upset and thrilled over the changes that he might introduce over time. Elon Musk has made his intent and the future of Twitter clear, the ‘cleanup drive’, to get rid of scams and shams amidst other changes.
The takeover hasn’t also left the Golf community untouched with even pro Golfers taking note of their opinions. Poulter seemed rather thrilled in a recent tweet he put up quoting his opinion about Elon Musk’s association with the platform. Ian had been mercilessly trolled on Twitter by many, including bots for his LIV Golfing choice, when the human rights storms hit the series.
The ‘Twitter 2.0’ has rather already come into question with an announcement of a mere $8 chargeable for the blue ticks. The credibility of sources will be questionable, according to a few, and to others, the fee might rule out the fake accounts that don’t have a standing for making illegitimate claims.
He tweeted, “Twitter’s current lords & peasants system for who has or doesn’t have a blue checkmark is bullshit.” The sentiment syncs with the pro golfer’s stand.
Plenty stand with Ian Poulter, $44 billion in exchange for a divergent Twitter at mercy of Elon Musk
Musk bought Twitter in a deal that cost him nearly $44 billion. The main reason behind the big purchase is to be able to put up a winning game against bots and trolls. Well, however over the top the approach might appear, it does look like it has maintained a good rapport with most including Ian James Poulter, who had been called out with hatred for his association with LIV Golf.
The disgust for such elements seemed pretty mutual here when Ian Poulter couldn’t stop himself from writing on record something that resonated with the Tesla CEO, stating, “Having 2.2 million followers can be good. However, I am very excited that @elonmusk has taken control of twitter hopefully he will get rid of Bots & Sad lowlife bullies.” He seemed impressed with the new Twitter policies making way.
Well, he also added that trolls and bots had a massive presence with virtually no followers or no posts, basically the lack of credibility but taking to the internet to bring down those who have a public image to maintain. Nonetheless, the Elon Musk Twitter era prima facie appears to be playing out for the positive, with mentions, priority replies, and searches coming up, for the good of netizens.