Celebrities are leaving Twitter and moving towards other social media platforms as Elon Musk, the billionaire businessman, takes control of the popular site. Sara Bareilles is the latest celeb to join the chorus. The artist who won the Grammy awards wrote on Sunday that this platform (Twitter) was not for her and wants to connect to her fans and friends via other platforms. The SpaceX owner closed the Twitter takeover deal at $44 billion last Thursday. Bareilles Leaves Twitter Bareilles, known for "Love Song" and "Waitress," followed the trend of some other power players choosing to leave the platform after its takeover by the Tesla CEO. The Trend of Leaving Twitter Shonda Rhimes, famous for "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice," recently twitted that she was not taking Musk’s plans well and bid goodbye to the site. Director Ken Olin wrote on his Twitter about protecting democracy, faith, kindness, peace, saving the planet, and generosity. "To save democracy…." On the other hand, few others stood for not leaving Twitter to preserve democracy, as they thought that if democracy is to be preserved, it is not the right time to say goodbye to the micro-blogging platform. Rob Reiner, for example, was in favor of leaving Twitter in the November elections. Controversy Doesn’t End However, the backlash is not fresh, as some celebs decided to leave Twitter since Musk first talked about the takeover. Jameela Jamil, the "She Hulk" star, left the platform in April when discussions on the takeover began. Jamil returned to the site as Elon Musk backed out of the deal in July. There have been many controversies regarding restoring the accounts of some eminent personalities restricted from using Twitter, including former US president Donald Trump. Users have been in recently times raising severe concerns about racial posts and comments on Twitter. Musk warned that he wouldn't let Twitter become a spreader of hatred and a catalyst to divide society. Further Reading \t Twitter Activists Forced the World's Second-Richest Man to Sell his Private Jet \t Twitter Deal Becomes Costlier for Musk as Interest Outgo Increases \t Why Elon Musk Wants to Own Twitter Again?