Bad character Elon Musk bought Twitter for 44 billion, ‘plans to improve

Two weeks ago, Elon Musk offered to “buy Twitter,” or rather, become a majority shareholder in a public company Twitter. He offered প 43 billion in funding for his registry scheme, and Twitter did just that “Haha, probably not but we’ll think about it.” They think about it and decide to sell Twitter to the entire Lun Elon Musk for 44 billion.

Twitter’s board has accepted an offer from billionaire Elon Musk to buy the social media company and privatize it, the company announced Monday. The stock rose 5.64% for the day after it closed for the news.

“Free speech is the foundation of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where important issues for the future of humanity are debated,” Musk said in a statement included in a press release announcing the $ 44 billion deal. “I also want to make Twitter better by improving the product with new features, open source algorithms to build trust, defeat spam bots and authenticate all people.” Twitter has tremendous potential – I look forward to working with companies and the community of users to unlock it. “

According to the press release, the চুক্ত 54.20 cash deal per share is worth about $ 44 billion. Once the deal is done, Twitter will become a private company.

[From CNBC]

Remember this: First, Twitter offered him a seat on the board that had a few prerequisites “he must pass a background check.” Elon withdrew from a board seat offer and then bought Twitter directly. Has he ever passed a background check? Will be Is he a pass?

So, yes, basically the only social media platform I use every day is now a personal playground for some billionaire duchebags. I hope he will allow all Nazis to return (many of them never left) and I hope the troll bot farms will see the ramps tougher than before. I’ll probably still be on Twitter for work, but yeah … it’s a kick in the ass. Musk is going to suck Twitter so hard.

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