Elon Musk, one of the richest men, claims that Twitter, a highly useful social media site with a bird-themed logo, is now free. Elon Musk tweeted “The bird is free” after being motivated by the logo and concluding the acquisition of Twitter.
Just after finalising the sale for the social networking platform, Musk made this statement. Musk concluded the $44 billion buyout earlier this week on Thursday, just before the approaching deadline set by a court for closing his on-again, off-again agreement, and sacked its Indian-origin CEO, Parag Agrawal, who was still employed by the company, without delay.
According to rumours, Parag Agrawal and Elon Mush do not get along. Ned Segal, the chief financial officer, and Vijaya Gadde, the director of legal affairs and policy, were also on the list. The majority of the workers were let go after Elon Musk became leadership.
Segal and Parag Agrawal reportedly worked in the San Francisco office of Twitter. But as soon as Elon Musk signed the agreement, they were led out the office.
Elon Musk stated that he took over Twitter as it is essential for future civilization
Elon Musk claimed that he acquired Twitter because it is essential to the advancement of civilisation. Musk stated, “The reason I acquired Twitter is because having a shared digital town square is crucial for the future of civilisation. where a variety of opinions can be respectfully discussed without resorting to violence.
Unexpectedly, the Tesla CEO, who often tweets one-line summaries of his ideas, published a lengthy message this time.
The other Musk went on to say that there is currently a lot of danger. Additionally, dividing into echo chambers on the far-right and far-left breeds hatred. He further elaborated on how it can split our society.
Agrawal, a 38-year-old graduate of Standford University and the IIT Bombay, joined Twitter almost ten years ago. When there were less than 1,000 workers at the company, Parag began working there.