Elon Musk gave a funny reply to Twitter’s warning to sue, the tweet went viral
Musk is dealing with this warning in his own way.
Twitter has hired a large law firm to take legal action against Elon Musk’s decision to terminate his $44 billion takeover deal. At the same time, Musk is dealing with this warning in his own style.
Twitter (Twitter) by Elon Musk (Elon Musk) Has hired a large law firm to take legal action against the decision to terminate the $44 billion takeover deal. At the same time, Musk is dealing with this warning in his own style. They are answering this through meme. The most popular of these is being the meme in which Tesla (Tesla) And SpaceX CEO Musk himself is visible. Some Twitter users have described this reaction as very funny. Crypto YouTuber Matt Wallace reacted to this saying that Elon Musk is being trolled on Twitter. (Troll) It’s fun to watch.
Musk terminated the deal with Twitter
When Musk announced his decision to buy Twitter, information on bots or fake accounts was one of his main demands. On Friday, he announced the termination of the $44 billion deal. He accused the social media company of making misleading statements about the number of fake accounts.
â€” Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 11, 2022
Musk’s lawyers said in a letter to Twitter that Musk was exercising his right to terminate the merger agreement and drop the transaction.
Twitter talked about suing
After Elon Musk’s announcement, Twitter said that it wanted to keep the deal and would sue Elon Musk for this. For the past few months, there was a lot of discussion about this deal not only in technology but all over the world. There were different speculations about Elon Musk withdrawing from the deal.
Now Twitter says that it will take this richest person in the world to the court. Twitter President Brett Taylor said after the announcement of Elon Musk leaving the deal, the Twitter board is committed to closing the transaction of money and the terms agreed with Musk. And he plans to take legal action to implement the deal. We are confident that we will win the Delaware Court of Chancery.