On Saturday night, Elon Musk pledged that his newly-named social media platform, X, will financially assist in the legal costs of workers who have been "unfairly treated" over social media likes and posts.
Based on Musk's words, it appears he is willing to have the company foot the entire bill, striking a significant blow against cancel culture.
"If you were unfairly treated by your employer due to posting or liking something on this platform, we will fund your legal bill," Musk posted on X Saturday night.
He emphasized that there will be "no limit."
Musk went on to say that the lawsuits will be "extremely loud" and will address companies' BODs as well.
On Saturday, NASCAR driver Noah Gragson was banned from driving on the track indefinitely after reports came out saying he "liked" a social media meme that made a joke about George Floyd and the "Under the Sea" song from The Little Mermaid.
Gragson was quick to apologize to the angry mob for his alleged Instagram double tap, but nothing has changed thus far. It remains unknown if Gragson will ever see the race track again.
Some prominent users are already replying in attempts to take Musk up on his offer. One was the well known Libs of Tik Tok, who posted to advocate for an account called @Kara_Creates.
Musk replied to ask if Kara could confirm, to which she answered, "The situation is slightly more complicated than the headline. But yes."
The story in question is that of a trans activist who apparently advocated for and succeeded in getting a woman named Kara Lynn fired from her job as a community manager at a video game company.
Musk pledged to help.
Legendary actress Gina Carano, who was famously jettisoned from Star Wars series The Mandalorian, quipped: "I think I qualify."
Numerous others commented to show appreciation and thanks for Musk's X pledge:
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