Elon Musk buys Twitter! After the Tesla owner finally became the owner, Twitter users shared memes.
The possibility of Elon becoming the owner of Twitter has long been debated. Things finally closed on April 25 when it was officially confirmed that he would buy all the shares.
With Elon as new owner, Memes have taken over the platform.
Everything we know about the Twitter deal
Twitter chairman Bret Taylor confirmed that Elon is ready to buy Twitter for $44 billion.
acc CBCHe said in a statement, “Twitter’s board of directors conducted a thoughtful and comprehensive process to evaluate Elon’s proposal with a deliberate focus on value, security and funding.”
He continued, “The Proposed Transaction will result in a significant cash reward and we believe this is the best way forward for Twitter shareholders.”
Memes are flooding Twitter
With Elon’s takeover of the platform, users have shared several memes on the platform. Some of them can be seen below:
What changes can we expect?
Elon has spoken out about some of the changes he plans to make to the platform. One of the things he wants to do is introduce freedom of speech as he believes the platform doesn’t have that at the moment.
He said: “Freedom of expression is the foundation of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital marketplace where important issues for the future of mankind are debated.”
He continued, “Twitter has tremendous potential. I look forward to working with the company and user community to unlock it.”
A look at Elon Musk’s net worth
acc celebrity net worthElon has an estimated net worth of $250 million. Most of his net worth comes from his Tesla holdings.
Over time, Tesla shares have risen and that has helped Elon grow its net worth. At the same time, its numerous investments have helped it increase its value.
With Elon buying Twitter, there’s no doubt that it will help him generate more profit.
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