‘There will be no free lunch in the world’, Kangana Ranaut supports Musk on Blue Tick subscription – न्यूज़लीड India

‘There will be no free lunch in the world’, Kangana Ranaut supports Musk on Blue Tick subscription


$ 8 will have to be paid for Blue Tick subscription

Elon Musk has clearly said that no matter how much you want them, but users will have to pay $ 8 every month for Blue Tick. In such a situation, now Bollywood’s ‘Dhakad’ Kangana Ranaut has come out in support of the new owner of Twitter. The actress on Sunday supported Elon Musk’s decision to charge $8 per month for verified accounts.

Kangana wrote a long post about Twitter

Kangana wrote a long post about Twitter

Kangana Ranaut has shared two posts on Insta Story, in which the actress wrote that “Twitter is the best social media platform that exists right now, it is intellectually / ideologically driven and not about looks or lifestyle. I verify it never understood the process of k, which some selected people get. like others have no authentic existence. eg on twitter i will get verified but my father also want blue tick but some 3 -4 Jokers will dismiss his identity, as if he is leading some illegal life, everyone who has an Aadhar card will have to simplify it in different ways.”

'There will be no free lunch in the world'

‘There will be no free lunch in the world’

In her next post, Kangana wrote- “Also paying a certain amount to maintain a Twitter account will only help build its integrity. There will be no free lunch in the world. Have you ever tried all these? Platforms that you access freely, how do they maintain themselves? They don’t just sell data, they make you a part of them, influence you and then you every single minute of the day (your voice, consciousness), and therefore there is no free will in such platforms.”

Kangana's account was banned in May 2021

Kangana’s account was banned in May 2021

Kangana further added that it is therefore not a bad idea to try to build a self-sustaining social media platform… It is easy to tie up a bankrupt company, even if it intends to have a high-value system sooner or later. Yes, it will have a price tag. Let us tell you that in May 2021, Kangana Ranaut’s Twitter account was banned after repeatedly violating the rules.

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