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Details: After Musk joined Twitter, the company introduced a paid subscription called “Twitter Blue”. On April 20, Twitter began removing blue verification checkmarks from users who are not subscribed to Twitter Blue, which costs $8 monthly.
King wrote that his account said he was subscribed to Twitter Blue, although this was not the case.
Then, Musk said he would personally pay to preserve King’s blue checkmark as well as the verification badges for accounts belonging to LeBron James and William Shatner.
Earlier: Stephen King said in November 2022 that paying Twitter US$20 for verification, which Elon Musk wanted to charge Twitter users, was too much. Musk responded by saying he had bills to pay, began haggling, and eventually offered a US$8 account verification fee.