Elon Musk To Address Twitter Employees’ Concerns
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Elon Musk held a town hall meeting with employees of Twitter, and it sounds like the most chaotic thing of all time.

The Tesla CEO was speaking to members of staff for the first time since his $44billion acquisition was announced in April.

By the sounds of things, it wasn’t worth the wait…

As the Daily Beast reports, Musk spoke to staff “via a c***** cell phone camera feed” and “took bizarre tangents, including briefly discussing aliens and noting that he had dubbed himself the ‘techno-king’ of Tesla.”

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A source then described the whole thing as “pure chaos”.

The employee said Musk was “stuttering and babbling”, before making more sense when talking about “getting rid of bots”.

The town hall meeting sounds incredibly haphazardAngela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images

Musk then vowed to raise the daily users up to one billion, which is a huge increase since it was 229 million as of March.

He also said he hoped the platform would help people “better understand the nature of the universe, as much as it is possible to understand.”

It comes after Musk reignited his feud with the publication Hard Drive, after bragging about stealing memes from them.

Earlier this year, Musk found himself on the receiving end of a social media roasting after being accused of stealing the website’s meme without crediting the source.

The Tesla CEO was called out by the satirical gaming site, after he shared a picture from its article titled ‘Zodiac Killer Letter Solved By Opening It With VLC Media Player’ without crediting them

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