Stephen King and Elon Musk had a cordial Twitter conversation after the novelist noted that Musk appeared to be “making it up as he [went] along]” “when it came to the platform’s administration.
“Elon Musk, in my opinion, is a visionary. He has transformed how Americans view cars almost entirely on his own. I adore my Tesla, which I own. However, he hasn’t been a good fit for Twitter. He sounds like he’s making it up as he goes “Tweets from King. The criticism did not deter Musk in the least.
Despite describing Elon Musk as a “visionary,” the well-known author also said that Mr. Musk would be a “poor fit for Twitter.” Mr. King posted on Twitter, saying, “Elon Musk, in my opinion, is a visionary. He has transformed how Americans view cars almost entirely on his own. I adore my Tesla, which I own.”
Mr. [King] welcomes suggestions “He responded to the message with a crown emoji. “The objective is to create a trusted digital town square where a variety of viewpoints are accepted as long as they are neither illegal nor spammy. Any incitement to violence, for instance, will result in account suspension “Added he.
The new Twitter owner responded, “Stephen King is one of the most creative individuals on Earth,” to a Twitter user who said that Musk shouldn’t listen to King. Even while I might not concur with all he says, I am interested in hearing it.
Musk then invited King to Twitter 2.0 based on a suggestion from a Twitter user. The user advised, “Invite him to Twitter 2.0 HQ and have a face-to-face conversation.”
Since he assumed control of Twitter, Musk has been hesitant in his decisions on the blue check. He received a lot of criticism from users of the bluebird app for this as well as for several decisions that were made, executed, and then changed.
Earlier, Musk received a message from actor Mark Ruffalo on Twitter telling him to “get off Twitter.” AOC, a US lawmaker, said that her Twitter account was acting weird after “upsetting” Musk with a message. Ruffalo contributed by adding, “Elon.For the good of everything nice, stop managing Twitter, give the keys to someone who does it as their day job, and start managing Tesla and SpaceX. Your reputation is being ruined by you. It just doesn’t look good.
In response, Musk said: “Hot take: not everything AOC says is [100%] accurate”.