Gigi Hadid called Twitter a "cesspool of hate and prejudice" after Elon Musk's takeover.

The 27-year-old supermodel stated on Instagram that she cancelled her Twitter account on Friday.

"It's become a cesspool of hate and prejudice, and I don't want to be a part of it," Hadid wrote of Musk.

She apologised to her admirers and said she loved engaging with them.

"I can't say it's a secure place for anyone or a platform that does more good than harm," she said.

Along with her explanation, she posted Shannon Raj Singh's laid-off tweet.

Twitter fired about half of its personnel on Friday, saying the changes were "essential" for future success.

Toni Braxton said she'd also avoid the site.

"I'm astonished by some of the 'free speech' on this platform following its takeover."

Hate speech under the guise of 'free speech' is unacceptable; I'm leaving Twitter because it's no longer a safe platform for me, my sons, and other POC,” she wrote last month.

In October, Shonda Rhimes, Sara Bareilles, and Téa Leoni left Twitter. "Not waiting for Elon's plans. Rhimes said goodbye.

Musk also raised eyebrows last week by announcing a monthly subscription for the once-coveted blue verification check mark.