Elon Musk tossed around as ‘Space Karen,’ a ‘mid-level guy’ on Twitter’s news ticker style presentation

Elon Musk trolls him as a “space karen,” “mid-man,” and “outlaw oligarchy” in a news ticker show on Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters as the platform witnesses mass resignations.

  • Elon Musk was trolled by someone across the street from Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco last night with the expected taunts and insults.
  • Chief Twit was called “Space Karen,” “Baby of Bankruptcy,” “Cruel Hoarder,” and “A Mean Man” — among other insults
  • According to Gia Vang, NBC Bay Area correspondent, the messages are from someone who describes himself as a “projection activist.”
  • The anonymous taunt came amid an exodus on the social network prompted by Musk’s “hardline” ultimatum to Twitter’s remaining workers.

Elon Musk was trolled by someone across the street from Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco last night who displayed a newsfeed-style message calling the Chief Twit “Space Karen,” “the kid of bankruptcy” and “the mean guy,” among insults. other.

Crowds formed outside the company’s headquarters in Market Street to watch the parade. According to Jia Fang, an NBC Bay Area reporter, the messages are from someone who describes himself as a “projection activist.”

The anonymous taunt came amid an exodus on the social network spurred by Musk’s “hardcore” ultimatum that gave the company’s workforce just days to decide whether they wanted to continue working with the behemoth or accept three months of severance pay instead.

Elon Musk was trolled by someone across the street from Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco last night who displayed a news ticker-style message called the Chief Twit “Space Karen” and “Baby Bankruptcy.”

Crowds formed outside the company's headquarters in Market Street to watch the parade

Crowds formed outside the company’s headquarters in Market Street to watch the parade

According to Gia Vang, NBC Bay Area correspondent, the messages are from someone who describes himself as

According to Gia Vang, NBC Bay Area correspondent, the messages are from someone who describes himself as a “projection activist.”

The expected insults also called Musk an “outlaw oligarchy”, “the supreme parasite”, a “tough hoarder” and an “insecure colonizer”.

It is not yet clear who is responsible for the expected comments but they are similar to some made on the building’s edifice by a performance artist known as Alan Marling on November 7.

Marling taunted Musk at the time with a slew of comments that were displayed on Twitter headquarters, including “unionize tech” and “Musk’s hellscape.”

“It appears that Elon Musk is committed to using Twitter to amplify conspiracy theories and white supremacy,” Marling told SFGate via email at the time.

Meanwhile, the atmosphere in the platform seemed to have turned chaotic.

Fortune reporter Kylie Robison tweeted last night: “What I’m hearing from Twitter employees; it appears that approximately 75% of the 3,700 remaining Twitter employees did not choose to stay after the ‘hardcore’ email.

It is not yet clear who is responsible for the expected comments but they are similar to some made on the building's edifice by a performance artist known as Alan Marling on November 7.

It is not yet clear who is responsible for the expected comments but they are similar to some made on the building’s edifice by a performance artist known as Alan Marling on November 7.

Fortune reporter Kylie Robison tweeted last night:

Fortune reporter Kylie Robison tweeted last night: “What I’m hearing from Twitter employees; it appears that approximately 75% of the 3,700 remaining Twitter employees did not choose to stay after the ‘hardcore’ email”

Robison also said that 1,000 workers who remained on Twitter were forced to stay in the country because of their visas.

Before Musk’s takeover, there were more than 7,000 workers. Musk cut half of them after the acquisition ended in an effort to cut costs. Kotb also made a U-turn on his previous ban on working from home.

However, there are now widespread concerns that the remaining skeletal staff will not be able to keep the social network up and running – especially as the World Cup brings it a time slot with much higher traffic.

For his part, Musk continued to bully his critics on the platform.

In a critique of Musk’s mass layoffs, Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: “Shout out to all the workers on Twitter. They have built a lively place to network and deserve so much better. Millions of people appreciate the space you’ve built and the hard work you’ve put into it. Thank you.’

He said: Welcome.

A group of Democratic senators on Thursday asked federal regulators to investigate any potential breaches on the platform of consumer protection laws or data security obligations.

The lawmakers also asked FTC Chair Lena Khan to take enforcement action if necessary against Twitter and company executives for “any violations or unfair or deceptive business practices.”

A group of Democratic senators on Thursday asked federal regulators to investigate any potential breaches on the platform of consumer protection laws or data security obligations.

A group of Democratic senators on Thursday asked federal regulators to investigate any potential breaches on the platform of consumer protection laws or data security obligations.

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