After Elon Musk’s takeover, plenty of users are leaving Twitter by deactivating accounts

It is very surprising for everyone to hear that Elon Musk has purchased the microblogging platform Twitter. There are a lot of people that are concerned about Twitter switching over to a place for hate speech and misleading information under his administration. While others users are leaving Twitter after mulling over the destiny of Twitter.

According to reports, the platform saw “ups and downs in follower counts” from “organic” accounts immediately afterward Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk announced that he had acquired the famous social media network.

As per the report issued by NBC News, famous singer Katy Perry has lost more than 200,000 followers on Twitter immediately after it was declared that Musk would acquire Twitter.

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Moreover, the cited source asserts that previous President Barack Obama additionally saw a diminution in followers by a significant margin. It further added that above 300,000 were lost, indicating that a lot of users are leaving Twitter the famous micro-blogging social media platform.

A Twitter spokesperson reported to NBC News that the accounts that saw a significant reduction in followers were famous accounts. However, there is no official statement given by Twitter informing us about the precise number of users that possibly have quit in only a single day. However, the company has declared that it is keeping an eye on “change in follower counts.”

At the same time, a couple of conventional politicians including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and President of Brasil Jair Bolsonaro are as per reports getting new followers on Twitter.

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The reports further suggested that Ron DeSantis, Florida’s governor witnessed a rise of approximately 100,000 followers. And all these circumstances give rise to questions of whether automated accounts were developed to increase follower count. Afterward, Twitter verified to NBC News that changes in follower counts are natural and not automated. 

According to a statement by Twitter,
“While we continue to take action on accounts that violate our spam policy which can affect follower counts, these fluctuations appear to largely be a result of an increase in new account creation and deactivation.”

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