‘Let that sink in!’ Slim Musk changes profile to ‘Chief Twit,’ lugs kitchen sink into Twitter HQ as deal closes

Billionaire Elon Musk, showing that he is ready to assume the title of “Chief Twit” when he takes the helm of Twitter on Friday, marched into the social media platform’s San Francisco headquarters on Wednesday carrying a sink to make a visual pun.

A slimmed-down version of the legendary entrepreneur shared the clip on Wednesday afternoon, humorously tweeting, “‘Entering Twitter HQ,’ let that sink in.” He’s lost at least 20 pounds using intermittent fasting.

Musk also changed his profile on Twitter to read “Chief Twit” as the $44 billion takeover of the company is set to take place on Friday. He told his bankers and investors that he would close the deal by the end of this week.

As conservatives and fans rallied behind Musk’s new venture, leftists had a collective meltdown over it fearing he would cut the staffing at the company by 75 percent, a claim made by The Washington Post. While Musk admits there will be restructuring, he says that large a cut will not occur, according to Bloomberg.

“I can’t even calculate how much money I’d pay to read the Slack chat of Twitter employees today. Definitely would pay extra to read the thoughts of ‘Content Moderators,’” journalist Glenn Greenwald tweeted.

“Boy it makes me happy to see Elon Musk at Twitter HQ after 13 years on this platform getting censored and shadowbanned and taking away followers. LET FREEDOM RING!” journalist Emily Miller stated.

“If you didn’t like The Babylon Bee calling an adult male a man, you could have just not followed them on Twitter. Look what you did,” The Daily Wire’s Frank J. Fleming informed Twitter employees.

Predictably, carping came from the left concerning the takeover.

“This is fundamentally cruel. Whatever the masters of the universe are doing with this website, lots and lots of people — not fancy people, just people with kids and houses and vacation plans and who make companies run and rich men richer — will lose their livelihoods,” CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem whined.

“He’s such a piece of trash,” Mississippi Free Press reporter Ashton Pittman hatefully tweeted.

“Tech billionaire with very strong, eccentric and often half-baked views on politics, powered by enormous ego, is live-tweeting his takeover of this platform,” Der Spiegel journalist Mathieu von Rohr wrote, sticking his nose in America’s business.

Entitled employees of the company sent an open letter to Musk, arrogantly making demands of him including that he keep their jobs. Although he may not slash 75 percent of the jobs at the company, Musk is adamant that employees work on-site.

Twitter’s stock is way up over Musk taking the reins of the company which has seen a decline in users and has been allegedly mismanaged into the ground. “Heavy tweeters” reportedly make up less than 10 percent of the site’s monthly users but generate 90 percent of all the content and half of the company’s revenue on the platform, according to the Daily Mail.

Morgan Stanley led the banks and investors in putting together the Twitter deal for Musk and the papers are being signed this week. It is one of the last steps in providing $13 billion in funding for the deal. Delaware Chancery Court Judge Kathaleen McCormick previously ordered that the deal be wrapped up by 5 pm on Friday, October 28, or Musk would find himself in court.

Twitter’s chief marketing officer sent a memo out to employees at headquarters on Wednesday, announcing that Musk would be paying a visit to his new acquisition to address staff, according to Bloomberg.

“Elon is in the SF office this week meeting with folks, walking the halls, and continuing to dive in on the important work you all do,” the memo stated. “For everyone else, this is just the beginning of many meetings and conversations with Elon, and you’ll all hear directly from him on Friday.”

Along with streamlining the company, it is expected that Musk will reverse heavy-handed policies that censor users on the platform. He is an ardent believer in free speech, which was the premise for acquiring Twitter in the first place.

Musk claimed during a recent Tesla earnings call that he was “excited about the Twitter situation,” and added, “I think it’s an asset that has just sort of languished for a long time but has incredible potential, although obviously myself and the other investors are overpaying for Twitter right now.”

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