Micah Parsons bashes Elon Musk’s Twitter’s new verification policy - “Not paying for a blue check"
Dallas Cowboys defensive starlet Micah Parsons has always been quite active on Twitter. The social media platform is going through some changes under Elon Musk and is looking at putting up paid verifications for everyone.
Not many people have liked what Musk is doing with Twitter, as they feel it should be a free platform. It seems like Parsons is also among that group of people, as he recently publicly stated that he won't be paying to get the verification mark on Twitter.
Here's what Parsons said in a tweet:
"Yoo I’m not paying for a blue check, ima start making troll accounts now!! It’s over for y’all"
Others who replied to Parsons' post agreed with him, since they, too, are unwilling to pay for Twitter verification. Formerly, only high-profile accounts could be verified on Twitter, but since Elon Musk took over, anyone can receive the blue check for just $8.
All the high-profile accounts that were automatically verified and did not have to pay for it will now have to pay for it, and the Dallas Cowboys starlet has openly stated his opposition to it.
Micah Parsons and the Cowboys have improved their roster in the offseason
Micah Parsons has a lot of reasons to be excited about next season. The Dallas Cowboys have made two key accusations in the offseason that have filled up the glaring holes in their roster and will help them a lot next season.
The Cowboys traded for Stephon Gilmore and Brandin Cooks, both of whom have proved to be quality players in the league. Gilmore will pair along with Trevon Diggs to form one of the best cornerback tandems in the league, while the addition of Cooks will ease the load on CeeDee Lamb and help Dak Prescott as well.
The Dallas Cowboys were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional Round last season, but they will hope to finally progress further under Micah Parsons' leadership next season. Last season, Parsons had 42 solo tackles, 23 assists, 13.5 sacks, and three fumble recoveries in 17 games