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Wednesday, October 26, 2022

HEADQUARTERS VIDEO: Elon Musk barges into Twitter HQ with a sink in his hands

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Elon Musk barges into Twitter HQ with a sink in his hands.

Billionaire Elon Musk carried an actual sink into Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters during a surprise visit Wednesday ahead of his expected acquisition of the company.

Musk shared a video laughing while lugging the sink into the lobby – two days before his court-ordered deadline to close a $44 billion deal to buy Twitter or face a trial. Earlier in the day, the Tesla boss changed his Twitter bio to “Chief Twit.”

“Entering Twitter HQ – let that sink in!” Musk tweeted alongside the nine-second video.

In a memo to staffers, Twitter chief marketing officer Leslie Berland revealed that Musk would be on site at the company’s headquarters throughout the week. Musk is also expected to personally address employees on Friday.

“While it’s true that Kasparov is almost as good at playing chess as my iPhone, he is otherwise an idiot,” Musk tweeted.

“And I don’t even own a house, let alone a ‘mansion,’ you douche,” Musk replied.

In a subsequent tweet, Musk revealed that he was “back to spare bedroom / couch surfing at friend’s houses in Silicon Valley, which I did for about a decade.”

“Frankly, I like it this way, as I get to see my friends, who I love, more often,” Musk tweeted. But Musk has taken a more dovish stance in recent weeks, urging a negotiated settlement that would bring the war to an end.

The tech mogul sparked outrage among supporters of Ukraine when he tweeted out a poll asking his tens of millions of Twitter followers whether a negotiated settlement with Russia should include ceding the Crimea region.

Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, and one of his diplomats reacted angrily. Mr Musk, the tycoon behind Tesla and Space X, has promised $46.5bn in equity and debt financing for the takeover, covering the $44bn price tag and the closing costs.

A number of banks, including Morgan Stanley and Bank of America, have committed $13bn in debt financing to support the deal.

Mr Musk, a long-time Twitter user who has been critical of its free speech credentials, had tried to seek better terms on the grounds that the social media company was refusing to divulge the true number of spam accounts on the platform.

He argued that this question mark left the business's true market value in doubt.

US tech stocks have also suffered terribly since the deal was struck - in Twitter's case they have fallen from $44 (£37.85) per share on 14 April to as low as $32 (£27.53) in July when the bid was formally withdrawn.

The offer price Musk initially agreed to was $54.20 (£46.63) per share, but the share price is currently $53.32 (£45.87).

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