Musk, on Twitter: “I’m going to buy Coca-Cola to put cocaine back”


  • Elon Musk has unleashed the new controversy on social networks just three days after having bought Twitter for a value of 44,000 million


  • An hour later he tweeted again to ask users to make Twitter “as fun as possible”


  • The eccentric billionaire thus begins to fulfill his wishes to “unlock” the social network

the owner of Tesla y Space X He has joked in this way on his new social network and an hour later, he has returned to tweet to ask users to do Twitter “as much fun as possible”.

The eccentric multimillionaire begins to fulfill his wishes of “unlock” the social network that, according to him, is too censored for the enormous potential it has. Your new acquisition has not left indifferent anyone, provoking positive and negative reactions in equal parts.

Many are those who think that the new owner of Twitter can harm the essence of the social network, while, on the contrary, other support the goal Musk on his goal of achieving more “freedom of expression” on Twitter.

At the moment, the richest man in the world continues to create controversy and “annoys the extreme right and the extreme left alike.”

Twitter multiplies its profits by 7

What is clear is that Musk has a keen eye for business as Twitter posted a net profit of €484 million in the first three months of 2022, which means multiply by more than seven profits of 68 million dollars recorded between January and March 2021, according to the multinational.

Twitter accounts in the first three months of the year reflect the positive impact extraordinary €916 million for the sale of the MoPub mobile advertising business.

In the first quarter, Twitter’s turnover reached 1,134 million euros, a 15.9% above of the income recorded a year earlier, although the costs of the multinational’s operations increased by 35% in the same intervalup to 1,254 million euros.

On the other hand, the company reported that in the first quarter the average daily active users monetizables (mDAU) reached 229 million, a figure that represents an increase of more than 14 million users compared to 214.7 million in the last quarter of 2021.

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