Waiting to find out what Bill Gates’ last jab at Bezos and Musk on trips to Mars will answer, the new CEO of Twitter he continues to entrust his “hot” thoughts to the social network of chirps, also referring to the same platform.
In particular, this time Musk intervened in response to a user who, in a post, admitted to still can’t believe that the Tesla patron had seriously acquired Twitter.
The South African tycoon’s response was at first a curt “me neighter“, closely followed by a clarification: “it sucks that he had to sell so many shares of Tesla to do it“.
First tummy aches for Musk? The situation is certainly not idyllic, given that after the recent wave of layoffs Twitter has auctioned off everything, including LED signs.
Certainly his policies of the very first hour have caused discussion, including that of giving the green light to the return of personalities like Trump and Kanye Westonly to then exclude the latter again in a narrow circle.Platform users are especially waiting to find out how the situation will evolve in the short and medium term, especially in light of the positive outcome of the survey on Musk’s resignation as Twitter CEO, which left no room for interpretation.