Two Former Twitter Employees Are Developing Spill – An Alternative To Twitter

Ever since Elon Musk took over the charges of Twitter, the social media platform has seen a rollercoaster ride, and the mysteries are still unfolding for the employees. Musk has laid off 50 percent of Twitter’s workforce globally and revamped almost all the company rules at his convenience.

There are many alternatives to the microblogging website and the latest development. It has been reported that two former employees of Twitter are working on an alternative called “Spill.”

Alphonzo Phonz Terrell and DeVaris Brown are the two employees who were part of Elon Musk’s layoff. Both employees lost their jobs in November, and they have started working on their dream projects.

According to the reports, the social media platform is Spill, and the app will cater to “culture drivers.” “A real-time conversational platform that puts culture first.”

Alphonzo Phonz Terrell was heading the social and editorial until Twitter before the layoff. At the same time, DeVaris Brown was the product manager lead at the social media platform, where he primarily focused on machine learning.

The duo revealed much about their experiences and ideas about the new alternative to Twitter. “Even before I left Twitter, over the last several months, I was talking to Black female creators, talking to Black queer creators, and I’m like, How do you make your money? Is any platform supporting you? Does the idea of Spill interest you?” TechCrunch quoted Terrell as saying.

“While Spill is for everyone, we cater to culture drivers who frequently set new trends yet routinely get overlooked and under-compensated. Yes, we mean Black creators, Queer creators, and a variety of influential voices outside the U.S.,” Alphonzo Phonz Terrell shared in a tweet announcing the new alternative.

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