Kathy Griffin logged into her late mom’s Twitter account to proceed trolling Elon Musk after her fundamental account was banned for impersonating her. Griffin modified his unique Twitter title to “Elon Musk,” which ultimately acquired him kicked off the social media platform. Musk Griffin’s ban followed By saying, “Going ahead, any Twitter handles partaking in impersonation with out clearly specifying ‘parody’ will likely be completely suspended.”
Griffin took issues into her personal palms and returned to Twitter utilizing the account of her late mom, Maggie Griffin. Maggie, who starred alongside Cathy on “My Life on the D-Listing” for six seasons, died in March 2020. Maggie additionally appeared reverse her daughter in tasks similar to “Kathy” and “Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story.”
“I am tweeting from my lifeless mom’s account,” Kathy introduced from the Maggie Griffin Twitter web page. “He does not prefer it.”
When a Twitter consumer known as out Griffin for taking up her late mom’s position on Twitter after she was banned for impersonating Musk, Griffin shot again, “Oh, for God’s sake…take a look at the date of the tweet you are referring to. It is from 2019. My fantastic mom had an account that I Ran for her. She handed, however I at all times counted. Belief me, she’ll be with me on this. Loosen up.”
Musk made a wisecrack about Griffin being suspended from Twitter for “impersonating a comic,” to which he responded, “I imply… you stole that joke, you ass. Individuals have been posting that joke for hours, you hack Did it. Look, please do a superb job of operating this firm. It meant one thing.”
Later, Musk wrote on Twitter that “if she actually needs her account again, she will pay $8 to get it”, referring to Twitter Blue’s new subscription mannequin.
Following Griffin’s ban, the hashtag #FreeKathy began trending on Twitter. Celebrities like Mark Hamill shared the hashtag, which was retweeted by the Maggie Griffin account.