“It has been a little over a week since Elon Musk took over Twitter, and the place is a — it’s a mess,” Goldberg began, noting that Musk had already called back some of the workers he fired just last week.
“He’s putting his $8 charge for blue-check verification on hold. First it was going to be $20, now it’s going to be $8. He also suspended Kathy Griffin for impersonating him on a parody account,” Goldberg said, despite the fact that Griffin had changed the name and photo on her official, verified account — which was not labeled a parody — to Musk prior to the suspension.
“I’m getting off, I’m getting off today,” Goldberg continued, complaining that “certain kinds of attitudes” that had been blocked in the past were back on the platform.