Elon Musk left Twitter
Elon Musk, following the results of a user vote he started, announced that he would step down as head of Twitter - but only after he found "that fool who would agree to this job."
"I will retire as head as soon as I find the fool who agrees to take on this job. After that, I will remain in charge of only the software and servers teams," Max wrote in a comment to a poll he organized on whether him to remain at the head of the social network company he bought.
In this poll, which Musk launched on Twitter on Sunday, a majority of participants - 57.5% - were in favor of Musk giving up trying to manage Twitter policy. 17.5 million users took part in the survey (although many suggested that there were many bots among the voters).
When announcing the poll, Musk promised that he would do as the majority decides - but then, for quite some time after the end of the vote, he did not write anything concrete about whether he was still going to resign.
Elon Musk bought Twitter - one of the most popular social networks in the world - for $44 billion. Musk promised to radically rebuild Twitter, but all attempts at restructuring turned into loud scandals.
Users voted for Musk to stop running Twitter
The press counted all these scandals involving Musk and Twitter: firing employees and transferring the rest to work in "hardcore mode"; unblocking Trump's account (the ex-president of the United States has not yet returned there); the inept introduction of paid user verification - and came to the conclusion that Elon Musk's methods are gradually destroying the social network.