Twitter responds to Mahrez who addressed Elon Musk directly

People – The platform with the blue bird, Twitter, responds favorably to the Algerian star, Riyad Mahrez, following his message addressed to Elon Musk. Dzair Daily gives you the details of this news in this edition of May 4, 2022.

In addition to Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk now owns the blue bird network. So, after the certified blue badge was removed from Mahrez’s account, he went directly to Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, to sort out his problem.

Indeed, Elon Musk formalized the purchase of said social network on April 25. Right after, the Algerian footballer, Mahrez, noted the removal of the blue badge indicating the certification of his account. As a result, Mahrez published a tweet addressed particularly to the American businessman, Elon Musk, the new buyer of Twitter.

In detail, Mahrez literally wrote “my brother Elon Musk, give me back my blue tick”, referring to his account’s authentication mark. In this regard, it should be noted that Twitter canceled the authentication of the Manchester City player’s account without revealing the reasons for this decision.

Riyad Mahrez Twitter account

According to the data posted to the account of the talented Algerian player, Mahrez joined the platform in April 2013. Currently, his account has more than 3 million subscribers. However, Twitter’s surprise decision to decertify his account remains unexplained.

On this subject, we note that the last two publications of Mahrez were neither offensive and were not even deleted by Twitter. Through one of them, Mahrez presented his Eid wishes to his community. While on the other, he spoke to a fan of the Fennecs concerning the affair of Algeria and Cameroon, and the possibility of replaying the match which would allow the Greens to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

In the end, Twitter responded favorably to the Algerian’s request. That is to say that we ended up putting the certification on Mahrez’s account. Now his account once again displays a blue badge next to his name. However, the origin of this act is still not known.

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