Meaning of “Rat Verified” Discovered on Twitter As Musk Starts Charging $8 For Twitter Verified


Twitter is now in the hands of Elon Musk and is trending with a new viral hashtag that many users have already identified as rats. Well, since Tesla CEO Elon Musk took over Twitter. Some users complained about the changes Musk made to the app. Among them, there is one that came out as a protest called ‘rat verification’.

Read ahead to learn more about the viral hashtag in the Twitter trend “rat verify”.

Twitter Trend Viral Hashtag “Rats Verified”

Ever since news of Musk’s acquisition of Twitter started circulating on the internet. Netizens are giving their opinions about possible changes in the app. Well, a series of changes began after the recent deal with Musk for Twitter was closed.

In connection with the recent Twitter change, the hashtag “Rats confirmed” went viral on the app. A Twitter user named Alex came up with the idea of ​​taunting and complaining about recent changes on Twitter. New Twitter account verification plan.

Why is the hashtag rat verification going viral on Twitter?

After Musk took over Twitter, we got him to propose a new paid plan for verifying his Twitter account. In this verification plan, you will have to pay $8 per month to get the blue checkmark behind your Twitter username. This is what it takes to become a verified Twitter user.

Now one of our users, Alex, learned of this new confirmation plan on Twitter. He tweeted, “If you can place a rat next to my name for free, why would you pay $8 for a blue check? Cheers to everyone who will join us in becoming #RatVerified.”

Hashtags have surprisingly become the most popular hashtags on Twitter. Other users have also joined the protests against the new verification scheme on Twitter. Some users have literally added a mouse emoji after their username. Some came up with the same meme.

Elon Musk’s reaction to dissatisfied users

Even though people don’t like Elon Musk’s new paid verification plan for Twitter. It seems that Elon Musk has decided not to change his plans. In a tweet, he said, “Please keep complaining to all the complainers. But it costs $8,” he made clear his intentions in a tweet.

In addition, a lot of changes are expected on Twitter as the function to pay for all direct messages is expected to be added. We also want to take action on inactive Twitter accounts.

Lucy Singh

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