Monday, November 28, 2022

Chiefs Roast Chargers in ultimate troll job after SNF win

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One of the more controversial changes happening on Twitter as part of the Elon Musk regime is how users can get a blue verified badge.

Before Musk bought the company, Twitter gave the blue Verified badge to users who were notable in society for one reason or another. Now any Twitter user can earn a blue verified badge by subscribing to Twitter Blue, which used to cost $3 per month but recently increased to $8 per month.

To find out if someone received their blue verified badge from Twitter or paid for it instead, users can go to a user’s profile and click on their blue verified badge. If it says, “This account was verified because it is noteworthy in government, news, entertainment, or some other specific category,” it means the user received their blue verified badge from Twitter without paying for it. If the message says, “This account has been verified for subscribing to Twitter Blue,” it means the user paid for their blue verification badge.

How is all this blue verified badge drama relevant to the Kansas City Chiefs you ask?

After the Chiefs defeated division rivals Los Angeles Chargers in Week 11, the Chiefs’ social media team trolled the Chargers by posting a fake screenshot of Los Angeles’ Twitter account. The screenshot shows the charger’s Twitter profile with the message that appears when you click the blue verified badge. The message reads, “This account was verified for subscribing to Twitter Blue,” meaning the Chargers had to pay for their badge, unlike the 31 other NFL teams that were issued the blue verified badge by Twitter.

The screenshot the Chiefs posted was actually fake. If you go to the charger’s twitter profile and click on his blue verified badge, a message will pop up saying he was issued the badge by twitter and he didn’t pay for it. That makes Kansas City’s Twitter post the ultimate troll job after a devastating loss for Los Angeles.

Twitter users reacted to Kansas City trolling Los Angeles after taking a four-game lead in the AFC West.

“As a Broncos fan, can I get involved in this? It’s been a long time since we’ve had fun on social media, and Denver is essentially a glorified practice team for the Chiefs anyway. Dunking on the Chargers is a pastime we can all enjoy,” one Twitter user wrote.

“Dive into Elon while dissing a rival, much respect,” wrote another user.

“It’s objectively hilarious that buying Twitter blue officially means you’re a loser and everyone on the internet lmao agrees,” wrote another user.

Oh dear God @Chiefs Give this media admin a gigantic raise,” wrote another user.

“Every Chargers fan pitched in and they’re still down $4 a month,” wrote another user.

Will the @Charger increase ticket prices to cover the $8 per month total? wrote another user.

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