Meek Mill, the American rapper, has become the latest celebrity to delete his Twitter account after Elon Musk’s takeover.


Before deactivating his account, the 35-year-old Philly native put out a tweet wherein he said he will be moving to YouTube.

Mill also said they are now “too many bots and weird people” on the microblogging app, adding that he needs a new social media space that attracts “good vibes”.

“Ima deactivate Twitter forever and go to a new social where it’s more good vibes based off building, creating and motivation,” he wrote.


“Whoever run my s**t turn this off forever… Ima takeover my YouTube account to replace me interacting with supports. Too many bots and weird people.”

This stretches the list of celebrities who have left the social network since Musk took over its ownership in October.

Whoopi Goldberg, Gigi Hadid and Toni Braxton, the US actress, model and singer respectively, earlier deleted their accounts.


Goldberg had described Twitter as a “mess” since the new owner took over.

“I’m going to get out, and if it settles down and I feel more comfortable, maybe I’ll come back. But as of tonight, I’m done with Twitter,” Goldberg said.

“It’s become a mess. I’m getting off. I’m getting off today because I just feel like, you know, it’s so messy.”

On her part, Hadid said that it wasn’t a place she wanted to be any longer.


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