Elon Musk pays for LeBron James, Stephen King and William Shatner’s Twitter check marks

Stephen King and William Shatner have their check marks paid for by Elon Musk.

The three celebrities who refused to pay for the service are being helped by the CEO of the company.

Musk said that on Thursday evening. The coveted marks from accounts that opted out of the subscription were removed earlier that day.

King did not know about the move until Musk told him.

My account says I have subscribed to something. I haven’t done that. I gave a phone number to my account. The author has yet to do so. It is just so you know.

The CEO of the company said, “You’re welcome.”

King did not like the idea of paying for the check mark.

I think they should pay me. If that happens, I will be like Enron. He said it was not the money but the principle of the thing.

Musk said that they need to pay the bills. Advertisers can’t be relied on entirely. Is it $8?

Shatner and James have been vocal about the changes to the social media platform in the past.

James said his blue check mark will be gone soon if you know him.

Shatner asked Musk why he had to pay for the check mark he had for over a decade.

Shatner has been here for 15 years and gives his time and witty thoughts for bupkis. You told me that I have to pay for something you gave me for free? What is this club about?

Several celebrities lost their verified marks on Thursday.

Some big names have paid for the service, like former President Barack Obama and Taylor Swift.

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