Myspace Tom Could Be Twitter’s Next CEO

December 22, 2022 3:32 pm Comments

Myspace Founder Tom Anderson has made his way into the headlines after a decade of being absent from it.

Shortly after Elon Musk posted a Twitter poll asking if he should step down and be replaced, Myspace Tom broke his social media silence to tweet a thinking emoji under Elon’s poll.

Myspace was the number one social media site before Facebook and Twitter came on the scene and there was zero to no censorship on the site too.

The tweet by Anderson has raised many speculations that Anderson will be the next CEO of Twitter.

Anderson being teyh next CEO of Twitter would be bullish for crypto.

Tom previously posted a photo of himself with laser eyes on Twitter in a show of support for the Bitcoin community.

The photo was accompanied by the caption “Buying the Dip.” added these details:

MySpace creator Tom Anderson wants to return to become the owner of another leading social media platform: Twitter. Twitter has had a bizarre 2022 with Elon Musk announcing his desire to purchase the company for $44 billion earlier this year. He quickly walked back his intent to purchase the company, resulting in a big lawsuit that ended with Musk just agreeing to buy it again. At the end of October, Elon Musk took full control over the company and began making major changes including laying off half of the company, dissolving the board of directors, and introducing controversial policy changes and a revamped Twitter subscription service.

After just a month and a half, Elon Musk has confirmed that he has plans to resign as Twitter CEO once he finds someone else who can take over the CEO role. As of right now, we have no idea who that could be and it sounds like Musk hasn’t found any candidates quite yet. However, many are actively campaigning for the role including MySpace Tom himself, Tom Anderson. The MySpace creator responded to Musk’s resignation tweet with a picture of his MySpace profile, seemingly trying to put himself in the running for the position. Anderson hadn’t used Twitter for over a year until Elon Musk began suggesting he may step down as CEO. At that time, Anderson began putting out feelers for the CEO position. Of course, this could just be a joke and he may not actually want the role, but it remains to be seen.


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