Elon Musk after the exodus and closure of Twitter offices: “The best people stay”

Elon Musk is calm in the face of a critical situation: a massive resignation of employees who did not accept their new conditions.


Elon Musk responded to the mass exodus of Twitter employees on Thursday, confident that “the best people stay.”

“The best people are staying, so I’m not worried,” Elon Musk responded to a tweet that tagged him, citing the mass exodus from the social network.

This Thursday, it was announced that the Twitter offices were temporarily closed to avoid “sabotage” in the face of a massive resignation of employees.

This measure should be maintained until Monday, in the midst of the exodus of Twitter employees .

“I don’t want to ‘salt myself’ but I think there’s a chance we’ll keep Twitter alive,” Musk tweeted before another cheering tweet.

Minutes later, Elon Musk boasted that the social network “reached a record in use.”

Changes on Twitter and the response that Elon Musk (possibly) did not expect

Elon Musk gave employees an ultimatum Wednesday that they must sign up to “work like crazy” or resign on a form by Wednesday afternoon.

The temporary closure of Twitter ‘s offices indicates that most employees did not accept Musk’s terms.

Elon Musk’s tough measures on his “new Twitter”

Elon Musk ‘s first days on Twitter, after buying the social network for 44 billion, were marked by drastic measures: lay off about 50% of employees, permanently cancel remote work and get rid of free lunches in the offices of the company.

Despite Musk’s tweet, the biggest trend on Twitter remains #RIPTWITTER , amid whether or not the social network will be able to stay alive.