Amid Twitter deal uncertainty, Elon Musk mentioned Tesla was on his thoughts “24/7”.
Elon Musk is seemingly torn about dividing his time between Tesla and Twitter, it appears, as uncertainty clouds the $44 billion deal to amass the social media big. While dwindling between a ‘yes’ and a ‘may be’ on the value of the deal, the world’s richest particular person’s Twitter feed just isn’t giving a boring second as he retains sharing the dilemmas he’s going through. In the newest submit on Friday, he shared a meme and confused: “Tesla is on my mind 24/7”.
The submit was an obvious dig at Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal too as Musk refused to drop the ‘less than 5 per cent reference’ on spam accounts. “To be clear, I’m spending <5% (but actually) of my time on the Twitter acquisition. It ain’t rocket science! Yesterday was Giga Texas, today is Starbase. Tesla is on my mind 24/7. So may seem like below, but not true (sic),” the 50-year-old billionaire wrote in a tweet.
The Twitter administration and Musk are locked in an argument over the variety of spam accounts on the social media community, which Musk says could be as excessive as 20 per cent. Rough estimates counsel that Twitter has greater than 300 million energetic month-to-month customers.
According to a Bloomberg report. Twitter Inc executives advised workers that the $44-billion deal was continuing as anticipated and wouldn’t renegotiate the supply worth.
Meanwhile, the meme that Musk has shared has been viral on social media for fairly some time. It has been, nonetheless, dominated as ‘sexist’ by many, together with Sweden’s promoting ombudsman.
Musk has shared the submit at a time when a report has surfaced about claims of sexual harassment towards him. An Insider report mentioned that SpaceX — one other of the entrepreneur’s passions — paid an worker $250,000 to settle a declare she was sexually harassed by Musk in 2016.
Musk has not but responded.
(With inputs from Reuters, Bloomberg)
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