February 27, 2024

Elon Musk's Twitter Tangle: Burner Account Leaked?

Users across social media platforms are urging Disney+ subscribers to cancel their subscriptions after Elon Musk cursed out at companies halting advertisements on X (formerly Twitter).

While speaking at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit, Musk alleged that advertisers leaving X were “blackmailing” him. While cursing out at these advertisers, Musk called out the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger.

Musk exclaimed,

Hey Bob [Iger], if you are in the audience. That’s how I feel, don’t advertise.

Calls on Users to Boycott Disney+

In early November, Disney decided to suspend all advertisements on X. The decision came amid controversy over Musk’s endorsement of a widely criticized anti-semitic post.

Disney was not alone in halting the advertisements; other companies like Apple, IBM, Xfinity, and Lionsgate followed suit.

Disney is now facing pushback over this decision. Some accounts in X are urging subscribers on the Disney+ streaming service to cancel their subscriptions.

One X post by an account known as End Wokeness urged users to “stop funding companies that hate you.” Comments on the post indicate some users are already canceling their subscriptions.

Iger responded to Musk at the DealBook Summit, saying he respected the Tesla CEO for his accomplishments. Although, controversial posts on X failed to align with Disney’s brand.

“By him taking the position that he took in quite a public manner, we just felt that the association with that position and Elon Musk and X was not necessarily a positive one for us,” according to Iger opinion.

X Could Lose $75 Million In Advertising Revenue

Disney’s decision and that of other companies to halt adverts on X will dent on the social media platform, and it will potentially lose $75 million.

Advertisers started leaving the platform after a report by Media Matters for America noted that advertisements for companies like Apple, Oracle, Xfinity, and IMB appeared next to neo-Nazi posts and those praising Adolf Hitler.

Musk refuted these claims, saying the organization was compromised in its findings. X.Corp has already filed a lawsuit against Media Matters.

Musk is also under fire after endorsing an X post that Jewish communities were pushing hatred against Whites. The White House condemned the post, calling it an “abhorrent promotion of anti-Semitic and racist hate.”


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