Regarding Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, Selena Gomez has voiced her opinion. The artist remarked that the surge in hate speech on the site is ‘dangerous’.
Selena Gomez has spoken out about Elon Musk and what she thinks about his acquisition of Twitter.
The 30-year-old singer recently spoke with Vanity Fair about her appearance on the publication’s Hollywood cover for 2023. During her encounter, Selena was asked what she thinks about Musk taking over the micro-blogging site and the surge in hate speech on the website ever then. To read what the Rare singer said, scroll down further.
Selena Gomez on Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter
Responding to the above-mentioned issue, Selena Gomez remarked that she thinks the phenomena ‘hazardous’. He is receiving [the response] that I feel, so I don’t believe I need to say anything further, the Only Murders in the Building actress continued. I don’t care about him, but I do worry about Twitter’s [course]. Definitely not one of my fave apps. I’m not sure whether it has anything to do with feeling cool about having stuff. Simply said, I think it’s risky and reckless.
On October 27, 2022, Elon Musk took over as the company’s owner and CEO after paying $44 billion for it. Then he sacked important firm leaders who had been critical of him. Thousands of workers lost their jobs during the turbulent changeover.
It should be remembered that Selena has previously criticised Facebook’s creator, Mark Zuckerberg (now known as Meta), for the dissemination of false information and hate speech on the social media site.
Selena Gomez discusses giving her helpers access to her social media accounts.
Selena gave an explanation for why she gave her aides control of her social media accounts, including Instagram. She said that she felt like she was beginning to be “inundated” with knowledge that she didn’t want to know. She said, “I had a difficult breakup and I didn’t want to read any [feedback]—not necessarily about the relationship, but the opinions of myself vs [someone] else. There would be a tonne of very great comments, but I immediately think about the negative one.
Selena said that although she didn’t mind if she was called “ugly” or “dumb,” people tended to go very “detailed” about it. “They write in such detail and with such intent. I would be sobbing nonstop. I was anxious all the time… ye.commastmastmastmas, and My time was wasted, she remarked.