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Elon Musk shared a list of the 10 most-followed Twitter accounts on Saturday, taking another dig at Twitter, asking “Is Twitter dying?”

Updated: April 10, 2022 08:17:55 am

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter on Saturday to share a list of the 10 most-followed Twitter accounts and asked “Is Twitter dying?” Since most of the handles are not very active on the microblogging site.

Most of these “top” accounts tweet rarely and post very little content. Is Twitter dying? He explained that American singer Taylor Swift hasn’t posted anything in 3 months and Justin Bieber has “posted only once in this whole year”. Huh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also just below the CEO of Tesla in the list. Others include entertainers like Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Rihanna, football star Cristiano Ronaldo, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga and Ellen DeGeneres.

Elon Musk will now also join the social media company’s board of directors after recently buying a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter. Elon Musk has invested around $2.9 billion. Musk has bought about 7.35 crore shares of Twitter. Even if he speaks about a share, then that share runs away. Elon Musk himself is a user of Twitter, in which he keeps criticizing the social media platform and its policies from time to time.

Elon Musk had also questioned users by tweeting on March 25, in which he wrote that freedom of expression is essential for democracy. After this he asked the people, do you believe that Twitter strictly follows this principle? In which the number of people who have not yet opted for the option is visible. Even before this, Elon Musk has raised many questions about the algorithms of social media platforms.


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