Stephen King calls Elon Musk ‘terrible fit’ for Twitter, bird app chief replies – World Today News

Elon Musk and Stephen King had a friendly chat on Twitter after the author noted that Musk seems to be “making it up like he’s [went] long” regarding platform management. “I think Elon Musk is a visionary. Almost single-handedly, he changed the way Americans thought about cars. I have a Tesla and I love it. However, he was a terrible choice for Twitter. He seems to be making it up as he goes,” King tweeted. The mask was not scared by the reviews.

“Suggestions are welcome, Mr. [King]”, he tweeted with a crown emoji. “The goal is to create a trusted digital public square where a wide range of viewpoints are allowed, as long as people don’t break the law or send spam. For example, any incitement to violence will result in account suspension.” he added.

When a Twitter user suggested that Musk not listen to King, the new Twitter owner responded, “Stephen King is one of the most creative people on earth. While I don’t agree with everything he says, I really want to hear it.”

Then, at the suggestion of a Twitter user, Musk invited King to Twitter 2.0. “Invite him to Twitter 2.0 headquarters for a one-on-one chat,” the user suggested.

Musk’s actions on the blue check have fluctuated since he took over Twitter. This, along with several decisions that have been implemented and reverted, has drawn him a lot of criticism from users of the Blue Bird app.

Earlier in another Twitter conversation, actor Mark Ruffalo told Musk to “get off Twitter.” American politician AOC tweeted how shaky her Twitter account has been since her tweet “upset” Musk. Ruffalo joined him, writing: “Elon. Please, for the sake of decency, shut down Twitter, hand over the keys to whoever is doing this as a real job, and keep running Tesla and SpaceX. You are destroying your trust. It’s just not pretty.”

Musk responded, “Hot look: not everything AOC says is [100 per cent] accurate”.

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