Product manager Esther Crawford participated in the “hardcore” Twitter that Elon Musk proposed when buying the company. Despite this, she was still fired.
Elon Musk has returned to the news after he fired one of the most faithful workers of the new Twitter .
The CEO of the company fired 50 employees this weekend, including product manager Esther Crawford , who became world famous after an image in which she sleeps in the company’s offices to meet deadlines went viral. Billionaire delivery.
When your team is pushing round the clock to make deadlines sometimes you #SleepWhereYouWork https://t.co/UBGKYPilbD
— Esther Crawford ✨ (@esthercrawford) November 2, 2022
there is no fidelity
Crawford took great initiative in the new “hardcore” Twitter style that Elon Musk implemented .
She made headlines when she cited a picture of her sleeping in the company’s offices. She pointed out that “doing difficult things requires sacrifice”, so she strove to release the best product for users.
Elon Musk commissioned him to launch Twitter Blue, the $8 subscription model that allows you to edit tweets, write long tweets, and have the blue verification check . However, his launch was not the best and, so far, does not meet the billionaire’s expectations .
Platformer reported her dismissal this weekend and she herself has confirmed it through her social networks.
“The worst thing you could say when you see me go all-in on Twitter 2.0 is that my optimism or hard work was a mistake. Those who jeer and jeer are necessarily on the sidelines and not in the arena. I am deeply proud of the team for building through so much noise and chaos, ”she referred to in her personal account.
The worst take you could have from watching me go all-in on Twitter 2.0 is that my optimism or hard work was a mistake. Those who jeer & mock are necessarily on the sidelines and not in the arena. I’m deeply proud of the team for building through so much noise & chaos. 💙
— Esther Crawford ✨ (@esthercrawford) February 27, 2023
Like Esther Crawford , many employees were fired via email on Saturday.
“Today is your last day at the company,” the email read according to The Wall Street Journal .
“Waking up to discover that I have been blocked from accessing my email. It seems that he let me go. Now my Revue journey is truly over,” tweeted Martijn de Kuijper, the founder of Twitter’s deleted bulletin platform Revue.
Twitter has laid off nearly 5,500 employees since its arrival , down to just 2,000 to date.