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Elon Musk: Is Twitter dying?

Elon Musk: Is Twitter dying?

“Most of these ‘major’ accounts rarely tweet and post very little content,” the Tesla chief wrote. Elon Muskcaptioning a list of the 10 profiles with the most followers, a list that includes himself at number eight, with 81 million.

Is Twitter dying? books.

Former US President Barack Obama leads with 131 million followers, followed by stars such as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Rihanna and Taylor Swift, as well as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, among others.

  • “For example, @taylorswift13 hasn’t posted anything in 3 months,” Musk continued.
  • “justinbieber has only been published once this entire year.”

The social media company named Musk to the board of directors on Tuesday after the outspoken and polarizing CEO revealed he had acquired more than 9% of the company, making him Twitter’s largest shareholder.

Musk said he hopes to make “significant improvements very soon.” Twitter“Y They started polling their followers about adding an “edit” button to the servicea change discussed for a long time.

  • Twitter has now said it will start trying one.

On Thursday, Musk tweeted a photo of himself smoking a pot on the Joe Rogan podcast in 2018, with the caption: “Twitter’s Next Board Meeting Will Light Up”.

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His moves often surprise and sometimes provoke condemnation, as when Jewish groups criticized his tweet comparing Canadian leader Justin Trudeau to Adolf Hitler in mandates for a Covid-19 vaccine. Musk later deleted the tweet without apology.

  • The appointment raised suspicion among some employeesAccording to a Washington Post report.
  • Insiders of the California-based social media company have raised concerns about Musk’s statements on transgender issues and his reputation as a tough and impulsive leader, according to Slack’s comments reviewed by the Washington Post.
  • An agency in California sued Tesla, alleging discrimination and harassment against black workers. The electric car maker has denied the charges and said it opposes discrimination.
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