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Elon Musk Told Advertisers Fleeing Twitter To ‘Go F**k Yourself’

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 29, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 29, 2023 |


While wearing his Toughest Boy™ bomber jacket, Elon Musk attempted to play the badass tonight, but instead, looked like the world’s most flailing-est Nepo Baby as he literally told advertisers leaving Twitter to — and this is a direct quote — “go f*ck yourself.” Not only that, but Musk repeated himself and made it a point to directly address Disney CEO Bob Iger, who was in the audience for The New York Times DealBook summit where this unhinged spectacle took place. Iger had defended Disney’s decision to stop advertising on Twitter earlier in the day, and clearly, Elon didn’t like that. As you watch the video, make sure to note Andrew Ross Sorkin’s reaction as he can’t believe the self-immolation that’s happening right in front of his face. We’re watching Twitter collapse in real-time, and my God, is it great. (Rolling Stone)

Keke Palmer reflects on her life and relationship with Darius Jackson in a new interview with Dr. Drew. (Lainey Gossip)

Is anyone truly surprised at the identity of the royal racist? (Celebitchy)

Biden does Bidenomics to Lauren Boebert’s district. (Wonkette)

From Seth: Michael J. Fox reflects on his relationship with Matthew Perry. (TikTok)

This writer doubling down instead of owning up to a very obviously wrong and ass-stupid mistake is Gawker’s true legacy of emboldening some of the most insufferable behavior you’ll ever see online. You do not have to do this. (The Daily Beast)

From Jen: Absolutely bonkers shit going on out there these days: A mysterious woman tells a school board that a Scholastic book somehow sparked her porn addiction? (Substack)

Turns out, Jenna Ortega was Neve Campbell-ing the whole time. (Uproxx)

What is dark romance and why is it all over BookTok? Kayleigh wrote about it for Paste Books! (Paste)

David Zaslav thinks David Zaslav is a courageous boy for canceling Batgirl. (IndieWire)

From Chris: Did your Spotify Wrapped place you in Burlington, Berkeley, or Cambridge? You may be gay. (Them)

Booktrovert thought Rebecca Makkai’s thriller, I Have Some Questions For You, was appropriate to review during Women’s History Month. “This single story about Thalia Keith is set within a context of societal indifference to murdered girls. Or, maybe it’s a preoccupation with them.” Have you read any of NPR’s favorite mysteries? (Cannonball Read 15)

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