Hilary Duff’s Husband Matthew Koma Banned from Twitter for Impersonating Gwyneth Paltrow

Matthew Koma, Hilary Duff’s prankster husband, will have to find another platform for his jokes now that he has been permanently banned from Twitter. Following the Gwyneth Paltrow trial that captivated the world, the producer could not resist impersonating the actress on his account with a blue checkmark. Musk implemented a strict no-parody rule unless the account contained the word parody. Upon changing his profile picture and name, Koma began responding to tweets as if he were the founder of Goop. The fun and games ended when Twitter support caught wind of it, and his account was permanently banned.

Taking to Instagram, he announced the news and seemed pretty proud of himself. He wrote with a selfie thanking everyone for their kind messages today. The process of closure is difficult. I look forward to the next time I have the chance to impersonate a celebrity on a social media platform because of a community like you guys. As Twitter slowly transforms into a place of nightmares, it’s the perfect time to get banned. In response to the changes, many celebrities have expressed their opinions. If legacy verified users do not pay the $ 8-a-month subscription for Twitter Blue, their blue ticks will be removed from the app.

Matthew Koma

Matthew Koma, The Husband Of Hilary Duff, Was Permanently Banned From Twitter For Impersonating Gwyneth Paltrow

Matthew Koma just found himself in hot water with Twitter. In an attempt to impersonate Gwyneth Paltrow, the music producer has been banned from using his social media account. In an Instagram Stories post, the 35-year-old shared a screenshot of the app informing him that his Twitter account has been permanently suspended. It was worth it to deal with the troll. ‘Thank you for all your kind words today,’ Matthew Koma wrote in an April 5 post showing a selfie with a cartoon reading: Gwyneth Fourever [sic] Sweet. He continued, Closure is hard. A community like you guys keeps me optimistic and looking forward to having the opportunity to impersonate a celebrity in the future. The Goop founder was given a shout-out in Matthew’s message: I’m grateful to you for your inspiration, @gwynethpaltrow. It was reported by Page Six that Matthew used Gwyneth’s name and photo on his profile before he was banned while tweeting as though he were the actress from Shallow Hal.

After reading a meme about Gwyneth and Terry Sanderson talking about a ski crash trial, Matthew Koma wrote, “Same man.” But Matthew is no stranger to trolling. His wife Hilary Duff, whom he married in 2019, has been the victim of many of his pranks. Hilary recalls that Matthew once replaced family photos with Jonas Brothers pictures around the house. On the Kelly Clarkson Show in January, she said: He’s a really great prankster and his Instagram posts, if you haven’t followed him, are quite entertaining. At times, he does stuff that I don’t quite get, and other times at the same time, I think, you’re so funny. It will be interesting to see if their two daughters, Banks, 4, and Mae, 2, will follow in their father’s funny footsteps. In addition to Duff’s husband, several others have been banned from the app for impersonation. Since Musk took over the app, impersonations of the billionaire and others have become a running gag. The H3 podcast’s Ethan Klein was banned after parodying Tesla’s founder. Later, his account was reinstated.