Rock Star Gets Humiliated After Saying He’s Quitting Twitter

( Talk radio host Dana Loesch blasted Trent Reznor, the lead singer of Nine Inch Nails after he announced he was “planning to quit Twitter” now that Elon Musk has taken over the social media platform.

Reznor left Twitter on Sunday after calling Musk’s takeover an “embarrassment.” He complained that people don’t need “the arrogance of the billionaire class” who think they “can just come in and solve everything.”

Reznor admitted that even before Musk took over, Twitter had “become such a toxic environment,” so “for my mental health,” he needed to “tune out.”

Loesch tweeted a link to a news report about Reznor “planning to quit” Twitter and called it “attention-seeking drama.” While she lauded Reznor for making “some great music,” Loesch added that he has now become “an industrial Karen.”

After Elon Musk restored former President Trump’s long-suspended Twitter account, White Stripes frontman Jack White also announced that he would be leaving Twitter.

In his tweet, White blasted Elon Musk for restoring Trump’s account, calling it “absolutely disgusting” and an “asshole move.”

White accused Musk and Joe Rogan of only supporting Republicans because they don’t want to pay their “fair share” of taxes now that they’re rich.

White then claimed Donald Trump was responsible for the January 6 riot at the Capitol. He said Musk only reinstated Trump because he wants to “help a fascist have a platform” in exchange for tax breaks. White claimed Musk’s giving Trump a platform on Twitter is no different from letting Trump hold a KKK rally from a stage Musk owns.

In addition to restoring Trump’s account, Musk also restored the accounts of several high-profile users, including the Babylon Bee, Project Veritas, and Marjorie Taylor Greene.

During the week, he conducted a Twitter poll asking if he should grant “amnesty” to all suspended accounts that did not get suspended for breaking the law or “egregious spam.”

On Thanksgiving, Musk announced that “the people have spoken,” and he would be granting “amnesty” to all suspended accounts.