Twitter’s new CEO, Elon Musk, has brought a new set of uncertainties.
The new leadership of Twitter sacked thousands of employees in the aftermath of Musk’s acquisition of the social media giant.
Recently, reports have indicated that the Twitter app used by employees is slowing down, raising concerns about a crash tonight.
The social media platform has also been plagued with delays and glitches in content loading time. Which adds weight to the rumors about a crash. Twitter users have started a trend called #RIPTwitter. Which has gained over 480,000 re-tweets as a satirical farewell to Musk’s acquisition.
It’s anticipated that hundreds of Twitter employees are going to leave the struggling company soon if they don’t work “long hours at high intensity.”
During this time, the company’s CEO met with the top employees to persuade them to stay rather than resign.
Musk also tweeted that he wasn’t worried about mass resignations, since Twitter’s best and brightest employees decided to keep working for the company.