Actress Alyssa Milano can’t stand Elon Musk, but said during an appearance on “The View” Tuesday that she will remain on Twitter. Milano issued a tweet explaining that she would no longer drive a Tesla and launched an attack on a Musk-era version of Twitter. I gave my Tesla back to Milano in writing.
A publicly traded company pushing products in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn’t sound like a winning business model. After The View co-host Sunny Hostin called Twitter a hellscape on Tuesday and asked about Milano’s plans, Milano said she would stay on stage, even if she dislikes it.
Because we cannot hand over that area, he said it is like a war now. Goldberg said co-host Whoopi Goldberg disagreed that you’re not, there’s more you can come and take, leave it to them. “Because that’s what has to happen now.
Milano wasn’t so easily convinced, but if we’re not representing our side of the political discourse, aren’t we just saying you know what Twitter can do to you, co-host Joy Behr told them that leaving Twitter was tantamount to handing it over.
Goldberg, who left Twitter, was adamant that there are some things you just have to stay away from until you get the control you need. That said there is no way to get this control right now. But do yourself a favor. Milano said Twitter has been mean to her on several occasions.
I spent several days talking with my therapist about Twitter and social media, she said. Earlier on the show, Milano said her view of Musk had changed because of the sexual misconduct allegations, which Hostin dismissed. When he was accused of sexual misconduct and this man was paid $250,000, I decided that I couldn’t live in the hypocrisy of driving that car even though you know it happened.
But at the same time I’m very angry with all these billionaires, barring a few exceptions, but especially Elon Musk saying you bought Twitter for $40 billion to destroy it? $40 billion. According to the BBC, Musk’s followers have increased amid the changes taking place on Twitter. A new report says Musk gains about 270,000 followers a day, and at the rate he’s going, he’ll be Twitter’s top influencer in January.