Verified Twitter Accounts to Bust Fake Celebs
Tired of all the faux Kanye Wests and mock Steven Seagals? Well, fret no more, because Twitter is trotting out verified accounts.
Tony LaRussa must be beside himself with joy.
As Twitter’s popularity grows, more and more people are entertaining others with their 140 character celebrity impressions, and more celebrities are waking up to the idea that they don’t want some random bloke pretending to be them. Even if the latter does a significantly better job than the former.
Though Twitter, in announcing its next anti-mock-star move, took a moment to take a swipe at the litigious Cards coach.
"Twitter has not settled, nor do we plan to settle or pay," Stone wrote.
That set will eventually expand to include businesses, he wrote.
Stone stressed that Twitter accounts without the verified seal of approval are not necessarily fake.
Don't worry, valued readers: your humble Truemorist is the real deal. However, if an artificial John Stamos wants to post for me, just let me know!