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Elon Musk blasts Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor as a ‘crybaby’ for deleting Twitter account

Elon Musk blasted “Nine Inch Nails” front man Trent Reznor as a “crybaby” after the rocker deactivated his Twitter account in protest of the billionaire’s overhaul of the site.

Reznor joined a growing list of celebrities who have been critical of Musk’s Twitter takeover, revealing over the weekend that he was leaving the platform to protect his “mental health.” His account had more than 1.6 million followers when it went offline.

“Even without him involved, I just find that it has become such a toxic environment,” Reznor added. “For my mental health, I need to tune out. I don’t feel good being there anymore.”

Musk slammed Reznor in response to a tweet from verified account @catturd2, which stated that “the world still hasn’t ended” after Twitter reinstated Trump’s account.

And it turns out that Trent “nine inch nails” Reznor is actually a crybaby 🤣

Musk also replied to a critic who called him a “stupid idiot” while describing Reznor as “one of the best musicians ever.”

Reznor has yet to publicly respond to Musk’s tweets.

I like his music tbh, but maybe Etsy is more his style

Another rock musician, White Stripes frontman Jack White, also left Twitter in response to Trump’s return. White called Musk’s move to reinstate the account “absolutely disgusting.”

Other celebrities who have left Twitter since Musk bought the platform include Whoopi Goldberg and Gigi Hadid.

Musk laid off roughly half of Twitter’s workforce earlier this month as part of a cost-cutting push meant to head off a dire financial outlook for the company. Hundreds more employees have reportedly left since the billionaire demanded that remaining workers “opt in” to a “hardcore” work environment under his leadership.

Musk began charging users $8-per-month for account verification earlier this month, prompting a rise in troll accounts that impersonated prominent figures and companies.

Category: Technology

Source: New York Post

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