Elon Musk’s cryptic tweet could be a warning for bots

Elon Musk posted a cryptic tweet again on his official Twitter account and it could be a warning for bots. The tweet has no text but has two emojis that convey a lot. He also got a “soon” status update. In the tweet, Musk used a funeral sign with a robot sign, which could clearly indicate RIP robots. It comes as Musk introduced $8 for blue ticks as a way to weed out trolls and bots on the platform. The controversial move sparked a firestorm of criticism against Musk, with growing concerns about security and misinformation. He says it could also help Twitter not rely entirely on advertisers to pay its bills.

The tweet went viral and managed to garner over 406,000 likes. Looked:

“I’ve been added to at least 10 group posts with bots sending fake job postings this week,” one Twitter user commented. Another person wrote: “Unfortunately, since my account replicates the work of a bot, this may include the Tweet Finder account. If so, it has been an honor to serve you all.

Meanwhile, earlier, Musk posted a meme, standing by his decision and lashing out at US politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. AOC had earlier tweeted, “Lmao to a billionaire seriously trying to sell people the idea that ‘Free Speech’ is actually an $8/month subscription plan.” Musk replied: “Your comments are appreciated; pay now $8.
When former Democratic Party candidate and writer Heidi Briones asked him if he would pay the $8 charge himself, he replied, “100 percent.” The meme consists of a T-shirt that reads, “Your comments are appreciated. Pay now $8.

“Following her argument with Musk on the social media platform, AOC said her “Twitter mentions and notifications” conveniently “stopped working after she”[seemed] stepping into the shoes of a certain billionaire.

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