After removing the authentication code from his account, Guy A. Lepage made the decision to sever ties with Twitter.
And in a message he posted on his account Thursday afternoon, a host said Everyone talks about it He wrote, “It’s time for me to quit Twitter because Mr. Rocket (Elon Musk) has taken my snatch away from me.”
The comedian and actor then brought up the contradiction of having to pay henceforth to take advantage of this endorsement, offered to everyone.
He also took time to thank the “nice subscribers” he’d discussed with in recent years, as well as those others, “who crossed over during an exchange, friendly or muscular.”
“I know I’m leaving you with the scum of society. I’m sorry. But nothing obliges you to stay there,” he wrote in conclusion. The host explained that he would leave it visible on his page until Thursday night so people could take pictures of his post.
Earlier this week, Radio-Canada and CBC announced they were suspending their Twitter activities, after they were seen attaching the label “government-funded media.”
The Global Public Media Task Force noted on Thursday that the independence of the four public broadcasters that received the designation without warning (Radio Canada, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Korean Broadcasting System and Radio New Zealand) “was protected by law and framed by their editorial policies.” .
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