Immediately after Twitter Blue launched, impostors purchased verified badges for $8 

It appears that some individuals are profiting from the mayhem that is currently occurring on Twitter. 

Many people bought the Twitter Blue subscription shortly after Elon Musk released it in order to receive the verification badge. 

Once they had it, a large number of impersonators of famous people and business entities began posting false information on the website to further destabilize Twitter.

People couldn't modify the account's name up until yesterday, but the change was later undone. As a result of this move, fraudsters can now alter their name

 and other profile information to have followers believe they are tweeting from a verified account belonging to a celebrity or another well-known Twitter user.

For instance, the fictitious Nintendo account on Twitter published a picture of Mario from a video game showing the middle finger.

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