Nigerian Filmmaker and OAP, Dami Elebe has reacted to Elon Musk’s Twitter verification charges.
Kemi Filani reported that Twitter had made plans to start charging nearly $20 a month for users to stay verified.
This is part of a premium service that will be rolled out under Elon Musk’s leadership, according to a report.
Musk, who took over as the CEO of the social media platform, in a tweet on Sunday, October 30, said,
“The whole verification process is being revamped right now”.
The company also plans to raise it’s optional $4.99-a month premium subscription called Twitter Blue to $19.99 a month. However, that price is subject to change. The Verge reported, citing internal correspondence and people familiar with the matter.
Dami Elebe’s reaction to Twitter verification
Reacting to it, Dami Elebe questioned how the billionaire businessman would be charging 20 dollars a month for a tick.
Dami stated that she is verified in heaven and it’s free.
“20 dollars a month for a tick?
I’m verified in heaven and it’s free”.
Dami Elebe’s relationship advice
The OAP had shared her thought, on relationships that commonly exist between an elderly man and a much younger lady.
According to Dami, age is not a limit to that kind of relationship as many people assumes rather it is all a function of the money.
In her words, ” man can be a sugar daddy provided the account balance of the man is deep and the man in question is ever ready to dispense.
It doesn’t matter the age bracket of the individual who intends to become one, what the person ever needs to do is to make sure his pockets are filled with lots of money.
Truth be told, most women who keep sugar daddies do so for what they get in return majorly. The relationship is often seen as a transaction, give me what I need and I will reciprocate in return, often times what is being exchanged are money and intercourse.
Dami Elebe is a radio personality on the Beat 99.9 FM, she is also a writer who have written some great scripts, Dami is the mind behind the popular Ndani TV show ‘Rumour Has It’.