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Elon Musk begins monetisation for Twitter users with one popular user already paid $100,000

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Verified Twitter users are finally getting paid for their posts online with one popular profile already paid $100,000 (£76,275).

The platform will now ‘help people earn a living directly on Twitter’ as it announced plans to kickstart monetisation features just last night.

This scheme is only available to notable Twitter Blue subscribers, as creators will need to prove they received at least five million impressions on posts in the last three months.

The platform explains that the impressions are a total tally of times a tweet has been viewed, and funds to support those who fit the bill will be sourced from Twitter’s advert revenue.

It comes just a week after rival Meta, run by Mark Zuckerberg, released a similar platform called Threads, which has since had more than 100 million new sign-ups.

‘We’re expanding our creator monetization offering to include ads revenue sharing for creators,’ Twitter wrote last night.

‘This means that creators can get a share in ad revenue, starting in the replies to their posts. This is part of our effort to help people earn a living directly on Twitter.

‘We’re rolling out the program more broadly later this month and all eligible creators will be able to apply.’

So far, some influencers have already received news of the funds they’ll be receiving.

Cartoonist Shibetoshi Nakamoto shared a post which claimed that he’s earned $37,050 (£28,259) which would be transferred to his account within the next 72 hours.

Others, such as author Ashley St. Clair and podcaster Benny Johnson appeared to have made $7,153 (£5,455) and $9,546 (£7,281) respectively.

Another person who described themselves as a ‘self-taught brain surgeon’ even claimed to have made $107,247 (£81,802) on his account.

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Rapper Enchanting Dead at 26, Celine Dion Opens Up on Secret Health Battle

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Rapper Enchanting Dead at 26, Celine Dion Opens Up on Secret Health Battle
– American rapper Enchanting dies at 26
– She suffered cardiac arrest from an overdose
– Celine Dion reveals 17-year battle with Stiff Person Syndrome

Rising American rapper Enchanting has tragically passed away at the age of 26, her representative confirmed.

The Texas-based artist was rushed to the ICU on Monday night after allegedly suffering cardiac arrest from an overdose.

Enchanting gained fame after signing with Gucci Mane’s New 1017 label in 2020, releasing hit songs like “Track & Field” and “What I Want”.

In a separate news, Canadian singer Celine Dion has revealed her 17-year secret battle with Stiff Person Syndrome.

“I was holding on to my dreams, but keeping it from the people who got me to where I was became a huge burden,” Dion said in an interview.

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Flavour Lays His Father To Rest in Anambra

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– Flavour N’abania buries his father in Anambra state
– Funeral attended by notable celebrities
– Emotional farewell to Benjamin Onyemaechi Okoli

Renowned high-life singer, Flavour N’abania, has laid his father, Benjamin Onyemaechi Okoli, to rest in Umunze, Anambra state.

In a heartfelt Instagram post, Flavour shared a video bidding his father a final farewell, captioned “O RUO N’OMUME. KA ANYI DUO ODOGWU IJE”.

The funeral ceremony was graced by notable celebrities, including Peter Obi, Phyno, and Obi Cubana, among others.

Flavour’s wife, Sandra Okagbue, paid her respects to her father-in-law on Instagram, celebrating his life as an icon to many.

Flavour had announced his father’s passing on May 22nd, sharing an emotional video on Facebook and Twitter.

“Today, we gather not in sorrow, but in celebration of the life of a remarkable man,” Sandra Okagbue wrote.

 

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