Elon Musk advised his detractors to continue using other social media sites and ended his speech by tweeting “Namaste.”
Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter, has long faced harsh criticism for the way he has run the micro-blogging platform. While many people are unhappy with the ongoing layoffs, others are criticising him for allowing banned Twitter accounts to be reactivated. Musk has already issued a warning to his detractors, advising them to stick with other social media sites. He tweeted “namaste” to end his statement.
Elon Musk tweeted, “Hope all judgy hall monitors stay on other platforms – please, I’m begging you. A few hours ago, he responded to his own tweet with “Namaste” and the emoji for folded hands to emphasise that the conversation had come to an end.
On Twitter, a lot of people have been paying attention to Elon Musk’s postings. Many others even posted their opinions in the comments area.
Someone asked, “Is this a reverse psychology ruse?” Elon Musk responded, “It’s a reverse, reverse psychological trick,” in response. Another person wrote, “I’m not going anywhere.” A third emoticon with hands folded said, “Namaste Elon.” “Agreed. Many blessings and esteem. “Elon, keep doing fantastic things,” chimed in a fourth. The comments area is full of salutations.
Elon Musk stated earlier today that he is delaying the release of Blue Verified due to bogus accounts. “Delaying the rollout of Blue Verified until we are confident that impersonation will no longer occur. Will likely utilise a separate colour check for businesses than people,” Elon Musk tweeted.
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