A Nigerian lady caused quite a stir online after she called out Elon Musk over the money she got for using Twitter
According to her, she hit 54.9 million impressions for the month of August alone and expected more than what she was paid……Read Full Story Here………
Many Nigerians tackled the young lady as she revealed the amount the social media platform paid her……
A Nigerian influencer, @Real_Nafu, has lamented over the ‘small’ money she was paid as a verified Twitter content creator.
@Real_Nafu shared her impressions for August alone alongside the new followers she got and dragged Elon Musk.
She was paid $688 for the month of August.
@Real_Nafu said she hit 54.9 million impressions in August alone but was paid $688 (over N520k) only and wondered why it was so.
A look at her bio showed she joined X, formerly known as Twitter, in February 2023 and amassed over 2227k followers.
Internet users, however, knocked the lady and tagged her ungrateful for lamenting over the money she was paid.
Some netizens tagged the lady as ungrateful
“You shouldn’t complain. $688 just for being on social media isn’t bad!”
“Not all advertisers like your kind of content. So even though your impression is high, X ran fewer ad on your content. That’s why its ‘low’.”
“U hv to engage other account and not just remain in ur corner waiting for others to engage u only.”
“1$ = 902naira
“$688 x 902naira = 620,576naira.
“Earning a 620,576 naira without owning a physical shop is huge.”
“$688 na minor pay check every two weeks… be grateful for that.”
“So all this your doings la money you dy find here? La all these mumu boys wey dy run follow you na I blame.”
“Now that you got something you felt is little, you decided to tell the world ooh. When you got paid at first you refused to tell the world how much it was. This life no balance at all.”
“That’s about N550,000 na. He tried just manage it or better still, diversify ur income. Enroll urself in Blockchain technology lessons,the world is evolving and everybody needs to go digital.”
Elon Musk begins paying Nigerian content creators on Twitter
Meanwhile, THETALK.NG previously reported that Elon Musk had begun paying Nigerian content creators on Twitter.
The payment, which began in the US in July, saw Nigerian users display various sums received from the microblogging site.
The company announced the program’s extension to global users at the end of July. Verified users in Nigeria and worldwide, who met the criteria and the impressions threshold on their posts and content, received payment.