The actress and Musk's ex-girlfriend has reportedly deleted her Twitter. She haven't given any reason for her exit.
People keep saying it’s free speech, but all speech is not free speech,” Goldberg said. “Some speech is not OK free speech. So everybody has to agree on that, but if people keep saying ‘You hurt my free speech’ it’s going to be a problem. You know what? This is our problem. But it ain’t my problem today because I’m out.
The "Love Song" singer announced that she will be seeing her followers on other social media platforms, stating that Twitter is just not for her anymore.
"I have deactivated my Twitter account today," she wrote.
On Oct. 29, the creator of the hit show Grey's Anatomy announced that she is "not hanging around" to see what the CEO of SpaceX has planned for the social media app.
The executive producer for This Is Us also announced his departure from the app.
The retired professional wrestler took to his Facebook page to announce he is taking a break from the app.
Comic Book creator and artist for The Amazing Spider-Man tweeted back in April, per NBC News, "the day Elon Musk buys Twitter is the day I delete my account and leave Twitter."
The Bill & Ted actor has locked his Twitter account, allowing only approved followers to see his Tweets. Winter's Twitter bio reads "left here for here" with a link to his account on Mastodon, another social platform which has garnered 230,000 users since Musk's acquisition, according to CNN.
The Star Trek: The Next Generation actress has deactivated her Twitter, per an email from NBC News.
Leoni, who stars in the CBS political drama Madam Secretary announced that she is departing from the app.
The R&B singer announced that she is staying off Twitter and is "shocked and appalled at some of the 'free speech'" she's seen since Musk's acquisition.