Chris Pratt Weighs in on the Tick Controversy on Twitter

Chris Pratt added his voice to the growing number of people who say they won’t follow Elon Musk’s order about the Twitter blue tick fee.

When asked about the animated Super Mario Bros premiere, Pratt, who had 8.6 million followers on Twitter, gave an answer that wasn’t very clear.

When asked if he would pay the Twitter fee for the blue tick, the star said, “I don’t know.”

“I really care about [my followers]. I’ll do whatever it takes to stay in their lives because I value their interest, and I love to talk to them when I’m making movies and other things,” he or she said.

Then, his co-star Seth Rogen said that he wouldn’t pay for the blue tick either because he “almost never” uses Twitter.

Musk, who owns Twitter, made the blue tick fee policy public and said that verified users who don’t pay the $8 or $11 per badge fee will start losing their blue ticks on April 1.