Elon Musk Enters Twitter With A Kitchen Sink!

October 26, 2022 3:34 pm Comments

Elon Musk has just entered into Twitter’s headquarters in one of the most unique ways possible.

The world’s richest man entered into Twitter’s headquarters with a kitchen sink.

Why you may ask?

The CEO of Tesla was  making an obvious pun and would later post a video on his Twitter account of him carrying the sink with the caption “Entering Twitter HQ-let that sink in!”

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Musk would also change his bio on his Twitter account to “Chief Twit”.

Tech Outlook reported these details:

Elon Musk posted a video of himself carrying a sink in his hand while entering Twitter Headquarters. Elon never misses any way of entertaining his followers through all kinds of funny ways. In the video, Elon Musk is heard talking to guys, who said I can’t help you. To this Elon replied with a smile that is okay.

He even updated his BIO on Twitter and added Chief twitt. He also updated his location on Twitter as Twitter Headquarter. The circumstances came after several twists and turns since Musk announced his intention to buy a 100 percent stake in Twitter on the first day. Initially, it was assumed that the deal involving the world’s richest man and one of the most powerful social media platforms had been reached amicably. However, much of the drama has taken place on Twitter, with Musk raising concerns about the fake accounts. He frequently took to Twitter to express his displeasure with his decision to acquire the platform.


Tech Crunch got the scoop too:

Shortly after changing his bio to “Chief Twit,” Elon Musk posted a video of himself walking into Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters.

“Entering Twitter HQ — let that sink in!” he wrote. The video depicted him walking into the office holding a sink, referencing a years-old, stale meme, as is par for the course with him.

Last week, the Washington Post reported that Musk plans to lay off 75% of Twitter’s staff if he takes over. So, it’s a bold gesture to walk in with a kitchen sink when you’re likely going to axe 5,600 jobs.

Musk’s purchase of Twitter is very bullish for crypto as a whole.

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