Elon Musk has struck up a feud with… Paris Hilton!? What the heck?
21.11.2023 - 02:27 / deadline.com
Linda Yaccarino, CEO of X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, is calling for users to stand by them after media companies pulled their ad dollars out over antisemitic posts being served next to advertisements on the network.
Yaccarino took to X to share data about the ads served and alleges that it was less than a handful of people who saw the antisemitic campaigns.
“If you know me, you know I’m committed to truth and fairness. Here’s the truth,” Yaccarino posted. “Not a single authentic user on X saw IBM’s, Comcast’s, or Oracle’s ads next to the content in Media Matters’ article. Only 2 users saw Apple’s ad next to the content, at least one of which was Media Matters.”
She continued, “Data wins over manipulation or allegations. Don’t be manipulated. Stand with X.”
If you know me, you know I'm committed to truth and fairness. Here's the truth. Not a single authentic user on X saw IBM’s, Comcast’s, or Oracle’s ads next to the content in Media Matters’ article. Only 2 users saw Apple’s ad next to the content, at least one of which was Media…
Earlier in the day, Yaccarino had called out “detractors and fabricated distractions” in another post on X.
“What we’re doing at X matters and has everyone’s attention. I believe deeply in our vision, our team, and our community,” she said. “I’m also deeply committed to the truth and there is no other team on earth working as hard as the teams at X. When you’re this consequential, there will be detractors and fabricated distractions, but we’re unwavering in our mission. Thank you for standing with us!”
What we’re doing at X matters and has everyone’s attention. I believe deeply in our vision, our team, and our community. I’m also deeply committed to the truth and
Elon Musk has struck up a feud with… Paris Hilton!? What the heck?
Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Paris Hilton‘s eponymous kitchenware brand has joined a growing list of companies and brands to pull ads from X (formerly Twitter), amid concerns over antisemitic content on the platform. Hilton’s “Be an Icon” campaign, featuring videos and photos of the heiress-turned-entrepreneur posing with the pink-hued kitchen items, were pushed out on X up until last week.
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EastEnders legend Shaun Williamson has spoken out about the latest scandal on the BBC soap, after viewers threatened to boycott it because of it's 'offensive and sickening' rape storyline. Viewers were left feeling "physically sick" after Dean Wicks forced Linda Carter to take back her rape accusation in harrowing scenes in Wednesday's episode, 22 November. Dean said he wouldn't report George if Linda would confess to 'lying' about him raping her, as he continued to insist they had consensual sex.
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Despite Elon Musk’s vow to file a “thermonuclear lawsuit” against Media Matters the “split second” that courts opened today, the X/Twitter owner’s legal action has yet to materialize.
Brian Steinberg Senior TV Editor If movie and TV studios get nervous about advertising, so should everyone else. Advertisers loathe controversy, and often “pull” or “yank” their commercials from individual pieces of content that generate it.
Loose Women's Linda Robson was seen putting on a brave face as she spent time with her granddaughter after officially confirming her split from husband of 33 years, Mark Dunford.The 65 year old Birds of a Feather actress was seen smiling as she wrapped an arm around her granddaughter whilst they attended the Wish multimedia screening at Odeon Luxe in London's Leicester Square. Linda looked fabulous in a leopard print maxi dress with roses printed on it, as she wore a black leather jacket slung over her shoulders and a pair of sandals. Her brown-haired granddaughter looked adorable in a purple princess dress as she smiled alongside Linda.Their appearance comes after Linda confirmed that she'd split from husband Mark, after months of speculation that the two had parted ways.
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Elon Musk is once again facing furor over one of his X/Twitter posts, this time when he agreed with a user’s comment that Jews have a “hatred against whites.”