Elon Musk to those who claimed that the platform would close: "Wasn't Twitter supposed to die now or something?"

Elon Musk has launched some ironic tweets about what was said days ago about Twitter. During the “exodus” of employees due to the tycoon’s ultimatum, many began to doubt whether the social network would continue to function. Some even gave a “death” date for the platform.

Wasn’t Twitter supposed to die now or something…?”, published the billionaire through his personal account. A “Current status” tag appeared in the tweet, which is a ‘vibe’ that can be used on the platform.

Minutes later, the tycoon published a GIF of part of the video clip for the song “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees. “Great song”, Was the text that accompanied the multimedia content, which aims to make fun of the detractors of the current platform.

Days ago, Musk had sent an ultimatum to his employees to agree to work “extremely hard” or else they would be fired.. With a deadline to mark ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, many employees decided to leave the company and posted their decision on the same social network.

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The news generated fear and memes among users, as the rumor grew that Twitter would stop working because of this.. This spawned the hashtag #RIPTwitter. The company even closed its doors until last Monday, November 21, and revoked access to workers. Outside the New York building, insults against Musk were projected. However, the social network continues to function normally and even the tycoon assures that the maximum number of weekly active users was obtained last week.

Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion. Since his arrival, the tycoon has fired almost half of the employees and several executives. In addition, he made changes to the social network with the goal of monetizing immediately, such as the subscription to Twitter Blue for US $ 7.99 per month.

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