Although the Tesla and SpaceX CEO is urging his "worst critics" to stay on the platform, it still appears not to have deterred some celebrities from deactivating their accounts, including Jamil.
She said that she's leaving the platform due to concerns of how the environment will change when Musk takes the reins.
"Ah he got Twitter. I would like this to be my what lies here as my last tweet. Just really any excuse to show pics of Barold," Jamil tweeted alongside four images of her dog.
"I fear this free speech bid is going to help this hell platform reach its final form of totally lawless hate, bigotry, and misogyny. Best of luck."
Ah he got twitter. I would like this to be my what lies here as my last tweet. Just really *any* excuse to show pics of Barold. I fear this free speech bid is going to help this hell platform reach its final form of totally lawless hate, bigotry, and misogyny. Best of luck. pic.twitter.com/fBDOuEYI3e
Jamil had hinted at her plans to cease using the platform if Musk's acquisition was prosperous.
On Monday (25 April) she tweeted that the "one good thing" about Musk buying the platform is that she will "FINALLY leave and stop being a complete menace to society on here."
The tech billionaire said he wanted to buy Twitter to restore free speech principles on the platform, and he will pay $54.20 per share for the company, which he vowed to privatise.
"I also want to make Twitter better than ever by enhancing the product with new features, making the algorithms open source to increase trust, defeating the spam bots, and authenticating all humans," Musk said in a statement.
"Twitter has tremendous potential – I look forward to working with the company and the community of users to unlock it."