Kenyan celebs in tears as they lose Twitter verification badge

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On 20th April 2023, Twitter implemented the policy of payment of all verified accounts, and many celebrities, both locally and internationally, became victims of their legacy verification badge being suspended.

While several prominent personalities have been affected, the same pain has been felt by several corporates, with the media industry in Kenya being heavily hit. Some local celebs have registered their disappointment, while some vowed never to pay any coin after the move, which they feel exploited by the newly acquired app owner Elon Musk.

Personal accounts profiles will be required to pay 8 dollars a month, while Corporates and government institutions will part with a monthly fee of 10,000 dollars.

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