Jack Dorsey: "Twitter gone bad since Elon Musk is the CEO of Twitter"



by LORENZO CIOTTI

Jack Dorsey: "Twitter gone bad since Elon Musk is the CEO of Twitter"

Jack Dorsey launches a very harsh attack on Elon Musk! Elon Musk and Spotify CEO Daniel Ek have joined Twitter's battle against Apple on the node of the percentage of earnings required by the Cupertino giant for every digital purchase made on the App Store.

Ek and Musk have called their fight against the Bitten Apple a battle of civilizations, but we don't know how the two intend to fight it. But Elon Musk is under the target of criticism. According to the Washington Post, Jack Dorsey published a post on his Bluesky profile explaining that he was wrong about Elon Musk, and that the billionaire would not be the most suitable person to manage and direct Twitter.

Dorsey said that under Musk's leadership, everything went badly and that the current state of the company would be dire, both financially and in terms of public appreciation. An all-round criticism of the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, which for the moment, however, does not seem to have generated any response from Elon Musk.

Musk justified his actions as Twitter CEO on Friday, April 28, during an interview on HBO's Real Time with Bill Hamer. Musk has in fact declared that Twitter was on a track that would quickly lead to bankruptcy. For this I had to take drastic actions.

There was no choice. Dorsey explained that he does not believe that Elon Musk has behaved correctly since his arrival at the top of Twitter, also adding that the idea of forcing the sale of Twitter by the board of executives led by Parag Agrawal was wrong and detrimental to the held by Twitter itself, which in the following months faced a collapse in its value due to issues such as the uncertain number of bots on the platform and the introduction of the paid subscription to Twitter Blue.

We recall Jack Dorsey proposed Elon Musk as CEO of Twitter calling him the only one I trust?. At the time, the Twitter co-founder had just left the company's board, and many criticized his friendship with the social network's new CEO.

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