Cher, the “Believe” singer vowed Tuesday to keep her Twitter accounts Live for her fans however maintained she wouldn’t be using Google or Facebook’s services because their only allegiance is to money.
Google And Facebook have received backlash after the 2016 presidential election for failing to stop fake accounts from spreading and trading users’ privacy for data.
Two reports from the Senate Intelligence Committee released Monday faulted Facebook for allowing a Gigantic Russia-led campaign that showed political and racial discord from the U.S., systematically targeted African-Americans and attempted to recruit them as “assets” in the years before the 2016 presidential election.
Google, Twitter and Facebook, that owns Instagram, were criticized for misrepresenting the quantity of Russian activity on their sites rather than disclosing the true number of users viewing the content created by Russian bots.
Cher was a vocal critic of President Trump. Last Friday, the singer called Trump a “liar, thug, crook, traitor” who is “ruining my beloved” America.
The singer also threw her support for Joe Biden as a possible candidate for the 2020 presidential election — with Democratic Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke as the former vice president’s running mate.