Stephen King trolls Elon Musk once again over Twitter’s name change from Mashable

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When he’s not busy chatting to Ice-T on X (formerly Twitter) about horror movie recommendations, Stephen King likes nothing more than to give Elon Musk a hard time.

The horror master has previously criticised Musk’s decision to charge people for blue ticks, sarcastically celebrated the launch of Musk’s AI, and — of course — made his feelings about Twitter’s name change abundantly clear.

And now he’s back for round two.

Over the weekend, a post from a Musk parody account asking people if the name X was better than Twitter went viral.


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King quoted the post and made it obvious which side he was on.


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“Twitter,” wrote King, once again structuring his response like a mini poem. “Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter.”

Based on the responses to that original post, it seems as though King isn’t alone.


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In fairness, people’s thoughts about the name are the least of Musk’s worries. A recent study found there’s been a rise in anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim hate speech on X, while recent data showed that use is down almost a quarter since Musk took charge.

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