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Elon Musk’s $41 Billion Offer for Twitter Sparks Mixed Reactions Among Employees




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Elon Musk’s recent $41 billion bid to acquire Twitter has ignited a range of opinions among the social media platform’s employees, Your Content has learned.

While some Twitter users expressed excitement over the potential takeover, the company’s progressive-minded staff voiced concerns.

Emphasizing the finality of his offer, Musk, 50, stated that if it were not accepted, he would need to reassess his role as a shareholder.

Haraldur Thorleifsson, a Twitter team lead who has previously criticized Musk, despite benefiting financially from his involvement, suggested that Musk seek therapy, simply stating, “just go to therapy, dude.”

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Miguel Barreto, a senior software engineer, went a step further, expressing uncertainty about his future employment if the acquisition were to materialize.

In a lighter vein, Menotti Minutillo, a privacy engineer, humorously remarked, “first day of my PTO.”

Meanwhile, Ian Brown, a former employee, commented, “Every clown out there thinks they can drive the clown car better than the clowns currently behind the wheel.”

Interestingly, the potential takeover garnered positive attention from various celebrities, particularly those leaning towards conservative ideologies, according to NewsBreak.

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