Elon Musk Trolls the Twitter Legal Threat over Termination Of Acquisition With Memes


Elon Musk announced that he was planning to buy Twitter for $44 billion on Friday. Now, Musk is trolling Twitter by threatening legal action. In a series of memes posted to his account, Musk joked that, should Twitter actually try to take him to court, he’ll end up getting what he wanted anyway.

Musk claimed that he was the author of SEC filing that Twitter didn’t provide sufficient data regarding the total number of spam and fake accounts, or “bots,”On the social media site. The filing stated that “While Twitter has provided some information, that information has come with strings attached, use limitations or other artificial formatting features, which has rendered some of the information minimally useful to Mr. Musk and his advisors.”

In response, Twitter’s board chairman Bret Taylor Tweet its commitment “to closing the transaction on the price and terms agreed upon with Mr. Musk”And threatened “to pursue legal action to enforce the merger agreement.”

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As a response to ThatMusk replied by laughing and literally posting a meme with himself laughing. Musk created a sequence meme in which he described the events and included a picture of himself laughing more.

“They said I couldn’t buy Twitter. Then they wouldn’t disclose bot information,”These captions were read. “Now they want to force me to buy Twitter in court. Now they have to disclose bot information in court.”

Musk responded by posting a picture Chuck Norris. Musk added another tweet that simply stated “Chuckmate.”

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Ridding Twitter of bots has long been a staple of Musk’s plans for the social media platform, with the Tesla CEO warning Twitter last month that a lack of compliance with his demand for data on them could threaten the deal. Musk even accused Twitter “actively resisting” his efforts to find out how much of its user base is made up of spam-bots.

The acquisition of Twitter by Musk was expected to close in the second half of this year, subject to approval from Twitter stockholders as well as regulators. Musk may face a $1B penalty if the deal fails, according to the agreement.


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