Elon Musk certainly needs no introduction. He might be the wealthiest man in the world, but he is not without his fair share of controversies. In fact, an AEW star recently stated that he believes Musk needs to shut up.
Elon Musk, the renowned entrepreneur and CEO of Tesla and Twitter, has made a number of unusual decisions throughout his life. One such decision that puzzled many was his purchase of Twitter for a significant amount of money.
This decision ultimately proved to be a costly one for Musk, resulting in a substantial loss of money. Despite this setback, Musk has managed to bounce back and regain his position as the world’s richest person, after briefly slipping to second place earlier this year.
Musk’s tendency to make unconventional choices and take risks is well-known, and has contributed to his success in a number of industries. While some may question his methods, there is no denying that Musk’s drive and innovative spirit have made him a major force in the business world.
As previously reported, he reclaimed his spot as the world’s richest man recently. A Twitter user tweeted to Elon Musk about the kinds of advertisements they get. Musk had a snarky reply to the user.
“Please @elonmusk and @Twitter …make it stop! It is now over a month of seeing almost exclusively promoted tweets for bras. I am not shopping for bras and I don’t influence anybody’s choice of bras 😭😂”
So you’re saying you don’t want a bra?
Cash Wheeler recently took to Twitter to express his frustration with the social media platform, and directed a tweet to Elon Musk in the process. In his tweet, Wheeler lamented the current state of Twitter, criticizing the timeline, targeted ads, and overall functionality of the app. He also referenced recent controversies surrounding Musk and his treatment of employees.
“Twitter sucks now, man. The timeline sucks. The promoted and targeted ads/tweets suck. The overall functionality of the app sucks. Please stop firing people and then getting roasted. Just shut up a little bit.”
Wheeler’s tweet raises a valid concern about the current state of Twitter and the frustrations that users may experience when interacting with the platform.
As social media platforms continue to evolve and adapt to changing user needs and preferences, it will be interesting to see how Twitter and other platforms respond to the concerns and criticisms raised by users like Wheeler. Ultimately, the success of these platforms will depend on their ability to strike a balance between profitability and user satisfaction.