Elon Musk came to power, causing many celebrities to leave Twitter

Shortly after Elon Musk completed the $44 billion deal and took over Twitter, many celebrities stopped using this social network despite having a large following.

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Immediately after Elon Musk took over Twitter, the first step was to reshuffle the social network's leadership team. Elon Musk fired Vijaya Gadde - Twitter's director of user policy, and two other senior Twitter leaders, CEO (CEO) Parag Agrawal and CFO Ned Segal, also immediately resigned and will not work under Elon Musk.

Elon Musk then appointed himself to the position of CEO and took all control of the social network Twitter.


American screenwriter and film producer Shonda Rhimes who created many famous TV series such as Grey's Anatomy (Grey's Surgery), Scandal, Inventing Anna (Anna: The Lady of the Story) ... the first celebrity to leave Twitter shortly after Elon Musk took power.

Famous singer Toni Braxton gave up her Twitter account with more than 1.8 million followers due to dissatisfaction with Elon Musk's takeover of this social network.

Singer Toni Braxton wrote on Twitter with more than 1.8 million followers. "Don't want to mess around with what Elon has planned. Goodbye," Shonda Rhimes wrote farewell on her personal Twitter page with more than 1.9 million followers. "I've been shocked and appalled by some of the 'free speech' I've seen on this platform since it was acquired. Hate speech under the veil of 'free speech' is impossible acceptable, so I decided to stay away from Twitter as it is no longer a safe space for myself, my sons and many others." 

Singer Sara Bareilles said goodbye on her Twitter page with more than 2.8 million followers. "Have fun on Twitter. I'm leaving. See you on other platforms. Sorry, this one's just not for me",

Famous actor Alex Winter has also had his Twitter account blocked after critical comments aimed at Elon Musk, this is also the reason for Winter to part with this social networking platform.

Not only celebrities but many brands are also considering stopping buying ads on Twitter.


General Motors (GM) is one of Twitter's regular customers and decided to stop buying ads on this social network shortly after Elon Musk took power. The reason for this decision may be because GM does not want to support Elon Musk, currently the CEO of electric car company Tesla, GM's own direct rival in the car market.