Elon Musk’s signature Reply to lawsuit threat on Twitter
Two days after pulling out of a $44 billion deal to buy Twitter, Elon Musk today marked the helm of his signature-style microblogging platform.
The Tesla Inc CEO shared a meme from his official handling amid the countdown to a major legal battle after the Twitter board threatened to pursue legal action to enforce the deal. merger. Musk’s lawyers said Twitter failed to respond to multiple requests for information about fake or spam accounts on the platform.
Mr. Musk shared a grid today – the first column has funny images of him, and the second column has his comments on the deal on Twitter.
The first comment reads, “They say I can’t buy Twitter”. The next grid is added, “Then they will not reveal the Bot information.”
This was followed by a mention of the Twitter board’s threat of legal action: “Now, they want to force me to buy Twitter in court.”
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 11, 2022
The final grid, which featured Mr. Musk laughing loudly, wrote, “Now, they must reveal the bot information in court.”
Data about bots or fake accounts has been one of Musk’s key requests since he announced his decision to take over Twitter.
A letter sent by his team read: “As further described below, Mr Musk is terminating the Merger Agreement because Twitter is in material breach of many of its provisions.”
In short, Twitter has not provided the information Musk has requested for nearly two months, despite his repeated, detailed explanations aimed at simplifying identification, collection, and saving. disclose the most relevant Twitter information that Musk originally requested,” it added.
The chairman of the Twitter boar, Bret Taylor, said the board will pursue legal action to enforce the merger agreement. “Twitter Board of Directors is committed to closing the transaction on the price and terms agreed with Mr. Musk and plans to pursue legal action to enforce the merger agreement,” he tweeted after Musk withdrew. out of the agreement.
Twitter is said to have hired a New York-based law firm to sue Elon Musk and is likely to file a lawsuit next week.