‘Point us in the right direction: R Ashwin requests Elon Musk to help him secure his Twitter account:- ‘Point us in the right direction: R Ashwin requests Mr. Musk to help secure his Twitter account
Ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who played a key role in India’s victory over Australia in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, has appealed to ‘Chief Tweet’ Elon Musk to secure his Twitter account before March 19.
“Ok!! Now how do I secure my Twitter account before March 19th, I keep getting pop-ups but none of the links lead to any clarity. @elonmusk is happy for the needy. Please Point us in the right direction,” the cricketer tweeted.
Ashwin, who is quite active on the microblogging app, has earlier also complained of facing several security issues ever since Musk launched ‘Twitter Blue’ in India.
He was one of many who were subjected to security changes. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is now only available to those subscribed to Twitter Blue.
Ashwin’s post quickly gained attention on the microblogging app and went viral. It got over 825K views and 18K likes. Several Twitter users flooded the comments section to help the off-spinner.
However, some fans opted for a more tongue-in-cheek answer. One Twitter user commented, “Buy a lock, sir.”
Another took a dig at the current Twitter CEO and wrote, “Elon bhai, toh memes karne me busy hai, Anna!” (Brother is busy making Elon memes, bro!)
In addition to 2FA, the microblogging app offers two other options for authenticating logins: through the app or with a security key. Twitter users who have not subscribed to Twitter Blue will have to choose either option before March 20.
“‘Point us in the right direction: R Ashwin requests Elon Musk to help him secure his Twitter account”
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