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After Elon Musk purchases Twitter, the hashtag #LeavingTwitter is trending on social media

It's pouring in Bengaluru, and Twitter is overflowing with memes and photos
It's pouring in Bengaluru, and Twitter is overflowing with memes and photos

LeavingTwitter became a trending topic on social media shortly after Elon Musk purchased Twitter for $44 billion. People on the microblogging site began to react by posting memes and jokes.

After weeks of speculation, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has secured the coveted contract to acquire Twitter. While Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and the company’s board of directors first tried to fight Musk’s acquisition bid, after much discussion, the decision was made in favor of the world’s richest person. #LeavingTwitter quickly became a trending topic following the news. People flocked to Twitter to proclaim that they were leaving because they were dissatisfied with the takeover. Others retaliated with jokes and memes that were widely circulated on social media.

The internet is currently divided into two camps: those who support Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter and those who believe the move will be damaging.

“Why is the hashtag #leavingtwitter trending?” I hear the cancel culture and the censoring foot warriors are in a state of panic. There is no such thing as hate speech. The right to free expression is a fundamental requirement for the survival of a true democracy. “Wisdom from @elonmusk (sic),” a user wrote.

Twitter will cease to exist as a publicly traded corporation after the acquisition is completed, which is expected by the end of 2022. Instead, Elon Musk will turn it into a private firm. Only time will tell which direction Twitter will go, but Musk’s objective is to convert it into a forum where anyone can argue or say things without fear of censorship or being censored.
Twitter will cease to exist as a publicly traded corporation after the acquisition is completed, which is expected by the end of 2022. Instead, Elon Musk will turn it into a private firm. Only time will tell which direction Twitter will go, but Musk’s objective is to convert it into a forum where anyone can argue or say things without fear of censorship or being censored.
And, following the announcement on Monday that Tesla CEO Elon Musk had purchased Twitter for $44 billion, the hashtags #leavetwitter and #leavingtwitter have been trending.
A number of tweets using these hashtags are also targeted at teasing users who threaten to leave Twitter because of Musk.
Meanwhile, Elon Musk has stated his hope that even his “worst critics” will continue to use Twitter “because that is what free expression entails.”
Eleven days after making an offer for Twitter, Musk agreed to buy the microblogging network for $44 billion on April 25.

This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.

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