According to the most recent results of Elon Musk’s own Twitter poll, the billionaire will no longer serve as the company’s CEO moving forward. Out of a total of more than 15 million votes, more than 57% of people want him to resign.
There were rumors that Musk only intended to serve as Twitter’s CEO briefly before he acquired the business, and only one month ago, he admitted as much while being sworn in. Musk also stated that he intended to find someone else to lead the organization. In subsequent tweets, Musk asserted that the firm “has been in the fast lane to bankruptcy since May” (not the first time he’s referred to Twitter in the negative; he did it in a company meeting last month) and said, “The question is not finding a CEO, the question is finding a CEO who can keep Twitter alive.”
Now that his choices are being criticized by his former fans and his hand-selected #TwitterFiles journalist is ignoring his requests for a public response, Musk could be prepared to temporarily hand over control of his expensive toy.