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Twitter owner Elon Musk is in the news a lot these days. The things he says and the tweets he does are going viral. Every tweet of his is being interpreted to mean something. He has done one such tweet again, in which he has asked a question to the people. Musk tweeted asking, “Should I step down as head of Twitter? I will follow the results of this vote.”
Most people asked to step down
People started casting their vote on this tweet. As of 9.30 am, 10,482,722 Twitter users have cast their votes on this tweet. Out of which more than 56 percent people said that Musk should leave his post as CEO. At the same time, 43 percent people said that Musk should not leave this post. From the results so far, it seems that if Musk remains firm on his promise, he may have to leave the post of CEO.
Ku’s account also suspended
Recently Twitter has banned the handles of some famous journalists and celebrities of the world. At the same time, the company has also defeated the Indian competitor Koo. The company has suspended an official handle of Koo. On Friday, Twitter suspended Koo’s Twitter handle @kooeminence.
Accounts of many journalists suspended
Twitter is constantly suspending the accounts of many big celebrities and journalists citing rules. Twitter recently suspended the Twitter handles of several journalists from New York Times, Washington Post, CNN. Since then, the campaign has been snatched on Twitter regarding Musk. Users are saying that Musk, who used to advocate free speech earlier, is now changing the policy as per his wish and suspending the accounts of the protestors.
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