As in the past, Elon Musk has harshly condemned Instagram, which he accuses of making people unhappy. But the Twitter boss remains conscious of his own social network.
This is the tough question Elon Musk asked his 126 million Twitter followers. The new boss of the social network asked on Monday, January 16, which of the platforms is better than him and Instagram.
“Instagram makes people depressed and Twitter makes them angry. What could be better?” he tweeted.
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This isn’t the first time the billionaire has cursed on Instagram. In 2018, Elon Musk used an excerpt from The Joe Rogan Experience podcast to express his opinion about the platform, reminds Business Insider. The biggest problem with the photo-sharing network, he says, is that “the people there live a lot better than they actually do.”
As for his new venture, Elon Musk has left the door open for a more positive Twitter. A user asked him if a social network could be created to make people feel good. The leader then indicated that Twitter “may be trending positively.” “We will try to make it even more relevant,” he promised.
Finally, another user gave Elon Musk the advice to “don’t follow politicians and journalists anymore,” ensuring he laughs all day thanks to Twitter. The boss then assured that he also “laughed a lot on Twitter.”
Elon Musk’s question about choosing between Instagram and Twitter comes days after the leader suggested he should “spend less time on social media.” The proposal appeared on Twitter in response to a study of isolation in the United States showing an increase in the number of people without close friends over the past thirty years.