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Elon Musk taunted those who predicted the end of Twitter in his own unique way

Washington, Nov 23, (Fast Mail News):-- Elon Musk continues to attack the critics on Twitter even today. Elon Musk is getting tips on how to run Twitter and his $8 verification plan is being criticized. But in his latest tweet, Elon Musk has targeted those who predicted that after the acquisition of Elon Musk, microblogging site Twitter will be shut down due to changes and layoffs. Elon Musk tweeted this morning... " Wasn't Twitter supposed to die by now or something...?".

 

A day before this, Musk had asked his critics to go to other platforms. He wrote "Namaste" in Hindi with folded hands and also put an emoji of Namaste.

 

Twitter's new boss Elon Musk today said "namaste" - in Hindi - to people criticizing his handling of the microblogging site. He tweeted, I expect "all judge hall monitors to be on other platforms - please... I request with folded hands." The world's richest man acquired Twitter last month. In another tweet, Elon Musk said "Namaste" with Namaste emoji. He was trying to emphasize that this is the end of this debate.

 

 

 

Elon Musk, who also leads Tesla and Space-X, is being criticized a lot for the new changes on Twitter. Elon Musk has made both administrative and technical changes on Twitter.

 

The company has fired a large number of people after the acquisition by Elon Musk and a large number of people are also resigning from Twitter. Elon Musk also gave an ultimatum to his employees that employees who do not agree with Twitter's new "hardcore" environment will be fired. Due to the uproar caused by this, Twitter had to close its offices till Monday.

 

Meanwhile, some employees had also shot the countdown to be fired from the company. On the other hand, this morning Elon Musk has announced that he is postponing plans to relaunch the $8 verification program for Twitter because a lot of fake accounts are being created on Twitter.

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