Twitter CEO Elon Musk permanently suspended Hollywood comedian Kathy Griffin from Twitter last night after reaching his limit with her nonsense. Musk seemed to soften his stance later mocking her earlier refusal to pay for her blue checkmark with: “If she really wants her account back, she can have it. For $8.”
But Kathy, who promised to leave Twitter, can’t quit the social media network and snuck back on Twitter using her dead mother’s account and had a meltdown when Musk mocked her lack of comedy skills.
Resounding to a post by Benny Johnson that said: “Kathy Griffin has been permanently suspended from Twitter for impersonating Elon Musk.” Musk responded with:
“Actually, she was suspended for impersonating a comedian.”
Kathy was not pleased and said from her dead mother’s account:
“I mean… you stole that joke, you a**hole. People have been posting that joke for hours, you hack.
Look, please do a better job running this company. It used to mean something. This is KG btw.”
She also said from that account:
“Apologize in advance for all the comments you’re gonna have to read about how ugly I am and they’re probably gonna throw you in there too.
“Oh by the way this is KG.
“I’m tweeting from my dead mother’s account. She would not mind.”
Andy Ngô called Kathy out saying:
“Kathy Griffin, who was permanently suspended for breaking Twitter’s TOS by impersonating another person (in this case, @elonmusk), appears to be evading the ban by using her late mother’s Twitter account.”
“Oh, for gods sake Andy, look at the date on the tweet you are referencing.
“It is from 2019.
“My wonderful mother had an account that I ran for her.
“She passed away, but I always kept the account. Trust me, she would be with me on this. Relax.”