After purchasing a large stake in Twitter, Elon Musk declines a board seat


Elon Musk has purchased a greater interest in Twitter, according to reports. Now, it appears that he has turned down a board at the massive social media platform.

Earlier this week, it was announced that # ElonMusk had purchased a large interest in Twitter and was in talks to join the company’s board, “according to The Shade Room.”

Elon Musk has decided not to join the board of directors at this moment, according to Twitter CEO # Parag Agrawal. ‘

Someone said, “Imagine telling Elon Musk that he has to pass a background check.” If he had said, “Google me,” I would have believed him. That would be fantastic. “

OK, but why is this news for the shade room? “wondered one commenter.”

Another supporter stated that it was a “strategic decision” to join the board because it would limit his ownership in the company.

One fan said that he actually just played chess and checkers all at the same time. “That is brilliant!” one fan said. One commenter wrote, “Man is not ready to undertake actual labor.” All he wants is for his money to work for him, “says the narrator.”

Someone else remarked, “They were fronting so hard.”

They knew he wasn’t supposed to be on the board.

Elon likes to make things happen on the spur of the moment, but that’s not their style…

Because if he joined the board, he’d be limited to owning 14 percent, “a supporter explained.

Elon Musk had a message for Jeff Bezos, another billionaire, back in December. These two appear to be at odds, and some people are relishing the spectacle of their costly online feud.

Many would believe that the world’s two wealthiest men wouldn’t have time to engage in light beef and throw a little shade—but # ElonMusk definitely had some time recently to gather # JeffBezos, “according to The Shade Room.”

Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, recently advised Jeff Bezos, the world’s second richest man, to “work harder” and spend “less time in the hot tub” if he wants to expand his Blue Origin space program.