“May have 2 buy Twitter now,” he jokingly tweeted on Friday (Might 13), in advance of compiling who his new “board of directors” would be for the system, like Cheech & Chong’s Tommy Chong, “tha guy with the ponytail on CNBC” (a.k.a. Pete Najarian) and, of training course, “Jimmy from my corner Fish Fry.”
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The “Drop It Like It is Hot” rapper then delved into some important changes he would make to the system. “First line of company. Absolutely free online on airplanes!!! 29 bucks for 1 hour is bulls—,” he tweeted, prior to including, “Everyone receives a blue checkmark. Even tha bots with 10 letters in their title that strike you in DMs n just say “Hello”. Nah f— all those bots.”
Snoop’s tweets come next Musk’s announcement that his designs to purchase Twitter for $44 billion have been “temporarily on hold,” pending particulars on spam and fake accounts on the social media system.
In a tweet, the Tesla billionaire connected to a Reuters story from May 2 citing a financial submitting from Twitter that approximated fake or spam accounts made up fewer than 5% of the company’s “monetizable everyday active users” in the initial quarter.
“Twitter deal temporarily on keep pending specifics supporting calculation that spam/faux accounts do in fact signify less than 5% of users,” Musk explained, indicating he’s skeptical that the number of inauthentic accounts is that minimal.
Two several hours soon after his first tweet, Musk claimed he is “still committed” to finishing the acquisition.