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How social media is reacting to Elon Musk acquiring Twitter

“I hope that even my worst critics remain on Twitter, because that is what free speech means,” Elon Musk had tweeted as the news about his sealing a deal to acquire Twitter for $44 billion spread like wildfire.

Ever since the news surfaced, social media has been having a field day with memes that are breaking the Internet, with #twittersold, #ElonMusk, #TwitterTakeover, #Twitterr, #quittwitter, #leavingTwitter, also trending heavily.

Many users are furious and are speculating about Musk’s definition of freedom of speech. According to media reports, the Tesla boss is going to unblock the users who had been barred from Twitter for their controversial views. A case in point is former US President Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, even as Musk is planning out the future course for Twitter, netizens are reacting about this development in the most creative and vociferous manner.



Same time, how brands can be left behind in the race. Every one was following the trends

Even some of the netizens and celebrities have plan to #quittwitter



Musk, as a Twitter user with more than 84.5 million followers, has suggested some changes on the platform including adding an edit button, altering Twitter Blue premium subscription services, removing the letter ‘w’ from Twitter, and converting the company headquarters in San Francisco to a homeless shelter. Even before disclosing his 9.2 per cent stake in Twitter, Musk had tweeted that he was planning to create a new social media platform.


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