“Musk’s $1,000 Twitter Checkmark Scheme linked to Yellowjacket Venom Cancer-gate!”

In a shocking turn of events, it has been found that Musks’ $1,000 a month for Twitter checkmarks is linked to the notorious yellowjacket insect. Researchers have determined that exposure to the yellowjacket’s venom can cause certain types of cancer in humans.

The company in question, Etherium, has been found to be using the venom of the yellowjacket in their Twitter verification process. This has been a long-standing practice that has just recently been discovered.

It appears that the company is using the venom to make the checkmark process more potent and reliable. Unfortunately, this has been linked to the potential development of certain types of cancer in people who are exposed to the venom.

The news has sent shockwaves throughout the social media world, with many questioning the ethical implications of such a practice. Many are now calling for a complete ban on the use of the venom in its verification process.

Etherium has yet to comment on the issue, but the company is sure to face some serious repercussions if it is found to be in violation of ethical standards. In the meantime, it may be best to stay away from the company’s verification process until more information is known.

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