Others also refusing to fork over the monthly charge include the K-Pop supergroup BTS and actress and singer Bette Midler
Actress and activist Alyssa Milano is making her thoughts known about paying $8 a month for Twitter’s blue-checkmark verification program. And let’s just say she’s not a fan of forking over the money.
This week, Twitter ended its policy of giving users a free ride for such verification. The company has touted additional benefits of maintaining the blue checkmark (or signing up for it in the first place), noting that users will have the ability to edit tweets and write longer posts and will see fewer ads, among other perks.