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Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal said after the acquisition of Elon Musk – we are still here


Following Tesla and SpaceX boss Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter in a $44 billion cash deal, the internet is full of speculation about what will happen to recently appointed CEO Parag Agarwal. Parag took charge of Twitter just five months ago. However, Parag seems confident about his future in the company or at least that is what he is trying to show through his replies to the tweets on the issue.

A Twitter user, Suhail, tagged Parag, tweeted, “I am concerned for the current CEO (Parag) of Twitter – he had many plans and is now living in uncertainty with his entire team.”

The Twitter CEO responded with thanks to Suhail and dismissed his concern. He wrote, “Thanks, but don’t feel anything for me. What matters most is the service and the people improving it.”

Earlier, Parag Aggarwal had told in a tweet that why he did the job of Twitter. He wrote, “I did this job to transform Twitter for the better, improve where we needed to and strengthen Twitter’s service. I am proud of our people, who have continued to work with focus and promptness in spite of all the noise.”

On this tweet by the Twitter CEO, a parody account named ‘Not Parag Agarwal’ wrote, “I thought we were fired”. To this Parag replied, “No! We’re still here.”

Let us tell you that on April 14, billionaire businessman Musk had offered to buy Twitter. Musk has said he wants to buy Twitter because he doesn’t think it is living up to its potential as a platform for free expression.

The Twitter board has approved Musk’s takeover bid for about $44 billion, making him very close to owning the social media platform. The deal is expected to be completed this year, but has yet to be approved by shareholders and US regulators.

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