What is RatVerified Trend on Twitter After Paid Verification Proposal by Elon Musk

RatVerified is now the most popular trending topic. The tag was trending on Wednesday afternoon on Twitter. The Twitter users were making fun of the social media platform because the owner of Twitter, Elon Musk proposed to charge $8 per month for verified blue ticks.

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What is the purpose of becoming RatVerified ?

Twitter users are still objecting to the proposal. Elon Musk even claimed that the 20 dollars fee will is decreased t o 8 dollars. In the subscription, the users will have access to a number of features, including fewer advertisements and longer video snippets. But, Alex Cohen, the cartoonist of Tiny Snek Comics came up with a novel solution for individuals looking for Twitter verification.

Alex Cohen’s tweet is: “why would I pay $8 to get a blue check if I could put a rat next to my name for free??? I’m calling on everyone to join me in becoming #RatVerified”

Alex Cohen says that becoming RatVerified is very easy, all you have to do is put the rat emoji next to your Twitter username. He then tweeted a screenshot of the American trend list where the hashtag RatVerified is at the top of the list.

In the tweet he said :

“numba one baybee, this is perhaps my stupidest contribution to twitter but regardless everyone should become #RatVerified and ignore whatever stupidity Elon throws your way. “do not pay for this website!!!”

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Alex Cohen’s words on his idea of the tag RatVerified

“Elon Musk’s proposal to charge for verification, and to give those verified users greater visibility, solves none of the current system’s problems and will only make Twitter harder to navigate. I’d rather stick a rat next to my name than support pay-to-play tweeting, and clearly others feel the same way!”

Cohen said in an Interview

Cohen also said

“Elon Musk’s proposal to charge for verification, and to give those verified users greater visibility, solves none of the current system’s problems and will only make Twitter harder to navigate. I’d rather stick a rat next to my name than support pay-to-play tweeting, and clearly others feel the same way!” he continued.

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The Twitter users reacted to RatVerified in a hilarious way

Many more users joined the trend, and some posted adorable images of rats along with their declarations of Ratification.

User’s reaction on charging $8 every month for verification

Musk’s proposal to demand a fee to be verified has received negative feedback. While some of the criticism has been humorous, others have highlighted specific problems with the transition.

Here is the tweet of the Tiny Snek Comic writer Alex Cohen https://twitter.com/tinysnekcomics/status/1587870929060712449

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