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What is the Twitter feud and what has happened so far


Telsa CEO Elon Musk has upped the ante on Twitter’s claim that there are less than 5% spam accounts and said the microblogging site’s most liked tweet is not had only reached 2-2.5% of the entire user base.

“I’m honored to have the most liked tweet of any living human,” Musk said, adding that the tweet was about him buying Coca Cola to “get the cocaine back.”

The most liked tweet had reached around 4.7 million likes, the billionaire entrepreneur said and Twitter claimed his monetizable daily active usage or users was 217 million.

“Why is the most popular tweet only 2-2.5% of the entire user base?” Musk asked while speaking to the All-in podcast.

It’s another blow for Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, who claimed on Monday that internal estimates of spam counts over the past four quarters on Twitter were “well below 5%.”

The battle between Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk got murkier after the Tesla founder responded to a series of tweets from Agrawal on spam accounts with a poo emoji.

The post comes a month after Musk reached a deal to acquire the microblogging website.

Musk has said his $44 billion deal to acquire Twitter could only go ahead if the company publicly shows that less than 5% of accounts on the social media platform are fake or spam. which he estimated at 20%.

Agrawal said Twitter’s estimate had remained the same since 2013 and could not be published externally because it must use both public and private information to determine if an account is spam.

Musk’s response to Agrawal’s defense of the company’s methodology was a heap of turd.

Musk also asked how advertisers would know what they’re getting for the investment they make on Twitter. “It’s fundamental to the financial health of Twitter,” Musk said.

When Agrawal was appointed

Musk had said that the United States greatly benefited from the contribution of Indian talent when Agrawal was appointed CEO of Twitter.

Responding to a tweet from Stripe CEO Patrick Collison who pointed out that six American tech giants were under the leadership of Indian-born CEOs, Musk said it was wonderful to see the success of Indians around the world. of technology.

Musk digs into Agrawal

However, soon after, the billionaire entrepreneur shared a meme about Agrawal with his face on the body of former USSR dictator Joseph Stalin.

The image shared on December 1, 2021 also had Agrawal’s predecessor, Jack Dorsey, standing next to him as Nikolay Yezhov, who was a close aide to Stalin and was later assassinated on his orders.

In another photo of the meme shared by Elon Musk, Dorsey appears to have disappeared after splashing in the river.

Those who defended Agrawal

Following Musk’s poop emoji response to Agarwal’s tweet, Damian Bradfield, president of WeTransfer, said “smart, thoughtful, thoughtful and constructive leadership” was fundamental to Twitter’s better financial health and not a pile of poo.

First post: STI




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