Twitter deal currently on hold, Elon Musk gave information

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The world’s richest man Elon Musk has told that the Twitter deal is currently on hold. Musk has tweeted that his $44 billion deal for Twitter Inc. has been temporarily stopped. He has mentioned spam and fake accounts behind this. According to Musk, the deal with Twitter has been temporarily put on hold as details have emerged that spam/fake accounts actually constitute less than 5% of the total users. However, the company’s shares have fallen by 20 percent in premarket trading and Twitter has not yet given any comment in this matter.

The company estimated earlier this month that spam accounts represented less than 5 percent of daily active users in the first quarter. The company had also said that it faced many risks until the deal with Musk was completed. In this, concern was also expressed about not having advertisements on Twitter. At the same time, Elon Musk had said that his priority regarding Twitter would be to remove ‘spam bots’ from this platform.

Ever since the news of Twitter acquisition by Elon Musk came to light, both Twitter and Elon Musk have been the topic of discussion. Musk has talked about buying Twitter for $44 billion. This deal is expected to be completed soon. Recently, Musk had expressed suspicion of his mysterious death by tweeting. Musk had said in the tweet that if I die under mysterious circumstances, it would be nice to know. Although the meaning of Musk’s tweet is not clearly understood, it is being linked to the Russian army. Till the time of writing this news, this tweet of Musk has been retweeted by more than 1 lakh 10 thousand people, liked by more than 7 lakh 58 thousand people and about 72 thousand people have commented.

Let us tell you that some time before this he had shared a post, which appears to be a screenshot of a statement which was allegedly given to the Russian media by Roscosmos Director General Dmitry Olegovich Rogozin. In this, Russia’s Rogozin had threatened Elon Musk about providing communication devices to the Ukrainian army. Roscosmos chief reportedly told Russian media that Musk’s satellite constellation is providing internet to Ukrainian forces in Mariupol.

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