Elon Musk responds to several tweets after facing public criticism

After grasping up one of the world’s most prominent social media platforms and snagging Twitter for $44 billion in a bizarre hostile takeover on Monday by the billionaire Tesla founder Elon Musk. 

Most people are not supporting Musk in his new decision and criticizing him. Even they are giving him a lot of trends on Twitter that #leaveTwitter #Twitterisinjurious, and all. 

Why is Elon Musk not good for Twitter?

Musk has taken ownership of Twitter in one of the biggest tech deals in history for around $44 billion. 

But what does this mean for Twitter? 

He plans to enhance the products with new features, making the algorithms open source to increase trust, defeating the spambots, and authenticating all humans. 

Elon Musk is the richest man on the planet, with personnel wealth estimated at 273 billion. 

In the morning, Elon Musk wrote on his Twitter account after watching the people’s anger, “Listen, I can’t do miracles, ok” with this, he posted a picture in which it was written, “Now I’m going to buy McDonald’s and fix all the ice cream machines,” and jokingly responded to himself with “Listen I can’t do miracles ok”.

In yet another strange tweet, newfound Twitter owner Musk today said that he planned to buy Coca-Cola next “to put the cocaine back in”.

Before that, he wrote, Let’s make Twitter maximum fun!

Twitter DMs should have end to end encryption like Signals so that no one can spy on or hack your messages, said Musk. 

For Twitter to earn public trust, it must be politically impartial, which effectively means upsetting the far right and the far left equally.

A few days ago, Tesla’s CEO said that he wants to acquire Twitter because he believes it’s not living up to its potential as a “free expression” platform.

Mr Musk says Twitter needs to be transformed into a private firm to build trust with users and do better at serving the “societal imperative” of free speech.

The board of Twitter said it would become an entirely privately held company after closing the sale.

In a tweet, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal said, Twitter has a purpose and relevance that impacts the entire world. Deeply proud of our teams and inspired by the work that has never been more important.