‘Free Speech Absolutist’ Twitter/X Boss Elon Musk to James Woods: Delete Your Account

Following Elon Musk’s announcement that the “block” feature would be removed from X (formerly Twitter), actor James Woods pointed out why he believed this was a bad idea. Musk, the self-proclaimed “free speech absolutist” responded, “then delete your account.” Musk then blocked Woods, popular conservative pundit and author Catturd, and other prominent users  who dared to make their opinion on his intensely unpopular idea known.

FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2016 file photo, actor James Woods attends the premiere of the film

Musk’s Mixed Messages: Elon Is Talking About Fighting Zuckerberg Again After Wimping Out and Calling for Debate

Just days after appearing to wimp out of a physical fight with Mark Zuckerberg, calling for a “noble” debate as he claimed he may require back surgery, Elon Musk is suddenly talking about a fight again. Musk provided fresh details about the “fight” in a series of tweets, claiming an “epic location” in Italy, adding that “Everything done will pay respect to the past and present of Italy.”

Elon Musk satanic costume

‘Not Holding My Breath:’ Mark Zuckerberg Doubts Elon Musk Cage Fight Will Happen

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Tesla CEO Elon Musk have been engaging in a public exchange over a proposed cage fight, leaving the public to wonder whether this is a serious challenge or mere online jousting between two tech giants. Zuckerberg says he is “not holding my breath” in a comment to his Threads platform, while Musk commented that he may require surgery before a fight can occur.

Mark Zuckerberg and Dana White in front of cage

Mark of Shame: Elon Musk’s Twitter/X Lets Paying Users Hide Checkmark

Twitter’s subscription service, Twitter Blue, is undergoing a transformation into X Blue, and with this change comes a new feature that allows subscribers to hide the notorious blue checkmark on their profiles. Although Elon Musk’s plan for profitability was initially based on the masses of Twitter users paying for to have a verification badge, it quickly become the subject of mockery.

Elon Musk Twitter X

‘Completely Irrational:’ Analysts Say Elon Musk Risks Killing Billions in Brand Value by Turning Twitter into ‘X’

Analysts believe that Tesla CEO Elon Musk is risking killing billions of dollars in brand value by turning Twitter into “X,” given that Twitter is one of the rare brands that has become so popular it turned into a verb as it is intertwined with everyday conversation. One marketing expert calls the rebrand “completely irrational from a business and brand point of view.”

Elon Musk's X logo for Twitter