Musk says Twitter is ‘niche’ and needs to reach more Americans
Billionaire responds that “it’s okay” if employees want to leave the platform: ‘It’s a free country’. He went to the dance with his mother
the billionaire Elon Muskrichest man in the world, did not miss the opportunity to once again expose his plans for the twitter when being approached by reporters on the red carpet of Met Galathe magazine’s traditional benefit ball Vogue which brought together dozens of celebrities on Monday night at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
“Right now, [o Twitter] it’s like a niche. I want a much larger percentage of the country to be in it, engaged in dialogue,” said the Tesla founder, who attended the dance with his mother, Maye Musk, 74, who is a model and digital influencer.
Asked about a possible exodus of employees from Twitter out of apprehension about the company’s future, Musk replied “It’s a free country.”
“Of course, if someone is not comfortable with that [a compra do Twitter por Musk], he may want to go somewhere else. And everything is fine.”
In a document sent to the American capital market regulator, Twitter warned that it could lose advertisers and employees, and that they would be worried about the company’s future amid uncertainties about the sale of the platform to billionaire Elon Musk.
Source: O Globo Agency