Just hours after Elon Musk faced major advertisers over his support for anti-Semitic statements
Major advertisers on Advertisers that paused ads on the platform included Disney, Warner Bros., Paramount, Sony, Lionsgate, Apple and IBM.
However, on Friday evening, Musk was up
“Premium+ also has no ads on your timeline,” Musk wrote.
The billionaire owner of X continued: “Many of the biggest advertisers are the biggest oppressors of your right to free speech.”
Premium+ also has no advertising on your timeline.
Many of the biggest advertisers are the biggest oppressors of your right to free speech. https://t.co/dVkTMaGV2b
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 18, 2023
Shortly after the mass exodus of advertisers, Musk posted
This was then reposted by Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt, who delivered an oddly timed message of support for Musk.
“This is an important and welcome step from @elonmusk,” Greenblatt wrote on X. “I appreciate this leadership in the fight against hate.”
— Jonathan Greenblatt (@JGreenblattADL) November 17, 2023
Musk threatened to sue the ADL just two months ago, blaming the organization for the sharp decline in advertising revenue that has certainly worsened after today.
On Thursday, Media Matters For America released one report In addition to harmful content, advertising from companies such as IBM, Apple, Oracle and Xfinity were found on X.
Linda Yaccarino, CEO of