Cate Blanchett Calls Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover ‘Very, Very Dangerous’

Cate Blanchett has called Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter “very dangerous”.

The Tesla founder successfully acquired the social media site for $44bn (£34.5bn) on Monday (April 25). As a result, Twitter will now be a private company.

The platform’s users have reacted to the news of the sale, with some announcing that they would be giving up their accounts.

At the Chaplin Awards Gala on Monday (April 25) in New York, Blanchett spoke briefly about her views on the subject.

“It’s dangerous,” the actor said diversity. “That’s all I have to say, it’s very, very dangerous.”

That Carol star is not alone in its critical stance on Musk’s takeover.

Jameela Jamil has left Twitter. That Good place Actor took to the social media platform with a recent post, which read, “I’m afraid this free speech imperative will help this platform reach its ultimate form of utterly lawless hatred, bigotry and misogyny.”

Phillip Schofield revealed that he had previously deleted the application from his phone, sometimes calling it “disgusting and disgusting”. However, the moderator’s account remains active.

Speaking of the Tesla founder’s purchase on Twitter This morningSchofield discussed the potential consequences on the platform when he revealed he had already deleted the application. Cate Blanchett Calls Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover ‘Very, Very Dangerous’


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