Elon Musk is fed up with the games social media giants play. Thus, he decided to make a bold move.
Frankly, I’m surprised Trump didn’t think of it first.
Last month, Musk was considering creating his own platform. Instead, he decided to “Build Back Better,” if you catch my drift. Why reinvent the wheel when you can just buy one? Thus, after purchasing 9.2% of Twitter’s stock, Musk is now the largest shareholder in the company.
Musk is perhaps the most popular CEO on Twitter currently, with more than 80 million followers. Like Trump did, Musk often uses the platform to take the truth straight to the people. Especially when it comes to Tesla or SpaceX.
People are drawn to Musk because his ideas are unconventional. And he has the courage to chase them down. Now, personally, I’ll never buy a Tesla. Nevermind that I can’t afford one. I’m just an old school “drinks gas, hauls ass” American hotrod kind of girl. But I have ridden in one, and I can tell you first hand, it’s an incredible ride. Smooth, fast, and utterly cool.
His ideas for Twitter might include some pretty spectacular changes as well.
According to CNN:
Activists have targeted Twitter in the past
Twitter has faced activist investors before. Hedge fund Elliott Management in 2020 pushed for changes at the platform, including possibly forcing out Dorsey or insisting he give up a separate CEO position he had at payments technology company Square ( ). Dorsey survived that challenge but ultimately decided to leave Twitter more than a year later.