No more calls please, we already have a winner!

What was the contest? It was which media outlet could be the first to elicit the following response to a story about Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter:

The parade of journalists looking for “victims” of Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover continues even on the day most of us only want to see Thanksgiving parades.

Here’s NBC News’ report about who could be the latest victims:

Yep, it appears that another victim class could be developing as a result of Musk buying Twitter:

OnlyFans allows creators to directly interact with paying subscribers, but creators note that it isn’t a platform for sex workers to build community because it’s a subscription service, not a social media site.

Twitter is one of the few platforms that allows explicit content. In recent years, it has become the center of a flourishing community of sex workers who connect with fans, advertise their content and educate other “Not Safe For Work” creators. But with Twitter’s future in question after Elon Musk’s takeover, sex workers who spoke with NBC News said they are worried that the community they built and depend upon will be fractured across social media platforms that don’t tolerate explicit content.

A spokesperson for Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Actually I can’t wait to see what Elon Musk’s response to that story might be.

In the meantime, here’s a shorter headline for NBC News to use:

LOL! Right?

NBC’s angle on that might also me “sex workers hardest hit.”

What would we do without the media?

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