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‘Carpenter, Healer, God’: Jesus Christ gets verified on Twitter with a blue tick, leaves netizens in split

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The account’s response cracked up users who couldn’t help share their hilarious reactions to the tweet.
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As people started noticing the blue-tick, the Twitter handle of Jesus Christ wrote: “Why the assumption I am fake?”


Ever since Elon Musk took control of Twitter and became the new CEO, the social network has been creating a lot of buzz on the Internet. The billionaire got the ball rolling after announcing Twitter Blue monthly subscription for $8 and the ‘Official’ label.

In fact, the microblogging platform has already started testing new tools on Twitter, including the layout for the ‘Official’ label which will appear in a grey tone below the user’s name on the profile.

Meanwhile, the Twitter Blue subscription will now let anyone on the microblogging platform acquire the blue-coloured verified tick next to their names on their profiles by paying an $8 monthly fee. The account doesn’t need to be ‘authentic’, in a traditional sense, or an official to get the blue-tick badge, which has now verified the account of Jesus Christ on Twitter.

This has led to a riot on the microblogging platform among many Twitter users.

The account, by the name Jesus Christ and under the username @jejus further lists “Carpenter, Healer, God” as the profile description which is often a short bio about the account or account holder.

As the news about Jesus getting a blue tick on the Internet and planet Earth got around, Christ himself took to Twitter to clear assumptions.

“Why the assumption I am fake?” said the Jesus Christ Twitter handle, now flaunting a blue-tick next to its name, while reacting to the news of it receiving the verified badge.

The account’s response cracked up users who couldn’t help share their hilarious reactions to the tweet.

“Fake news!!!! You are legit broo,” one Twitter user replied.
Whereas another user requested Jesus to show everyone their palms, while hoping that Christ might want to repeat what he did in Galilee to a tank full of water.

“Show us your palms bro. And I got a tank full of water you might want to repeat that thing you did in Galilee,” the person replied.

The discussion was so good that the greatest detective in the history of humankind, Sherlock Holmes, also jumped in to confirm that Jesus Christ’s Twitter account was indeed real.
Well, like they said, as long as Musk is leading Twitter, anything is possible

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