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    Elon Musk Takes A Shade On Twitter With A Meme For Taking Him To Court

    Elon Musk is one of the few billionaires to have a loyal fan following and that is not only because of his wealth but for his personality, communication skills as well as a social media presence.

    He recently shared a meme on Twitter, taking a direct dig at the social media giant that he was planning to buy. The meme can be seen as his signature reply to Twitter’s lawsuit that they are planning to slap on Musk for terminating the $44 billion deal.

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    Musk Takes A Dig At Twitter with A Funny Meme

    Elon Musk knows how to use social media to his advantage and knows how to give it back to someone in a hilarious way.

    Musk has shared a meme on his official Twitter account showing the twists and turns as well as his ‘reaction’ to those in the entire chain of events. The Tesla CEO, who so far had not put up a single post on the deal termination, has given fodder to his followers.

    They said I could not buy Twitter. Then they wouldn’t disclose bot info. Now they want to force me to buy Twitter in court. Now they have to disclose bot info in court,” the post read. Along with the words, there are funny and goofy pictures of Musk.

    Through the meme, Musk talks about how Twitter prevented the takeover. In the second image, he alleges that Twitter is filled with bot accounts and the company did not address this issue. In the last picture, he addresses the legal action threat from Twitter.

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    Musk announced to buy Twitter in April this year and had plans to democratize it. The deal was done with a whooping sum of $44 billion. But the business tycoon backed out of the deal after he complained about Twitter’s lack of transparency on matters of false information and scam accounts.

    Now, according to a Bloomberg report, Twitter has hired the New York-based lawsuit giant Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz to sue Musk. Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP will represent Musk in this lawsuit.

    In a statement issued by Twitter last week, the company’s board said: “it was committed to closing the transaction at the price and terms agreed upon.” Upon failing of which, legal action will be taken.

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