Elon Musk, a supporter of free speech, asked the public to vote on whether or not he should remain the CEO of Twitter, and now that the results are in, people are asking whether he has already resigned.
After the billionaire removed a number of well-known accounts on the grounds that they were doxxing his real-time information, the public and journalists questioned him about his claims that he would not allow free expression on his platform.
The Tesla owner put up polls to unsuspend accounts blacklisted for doxxing as the backlash against his decision got traction, and when the people supported it, he lifted the suspension.
Later, he urged Twitter users to vote on whether or not he should resign as the company’s CEO, giving them the power to decide his future as the company’s leader
Did Elon Musk Step Down as The Ceo of Twitter?
No, Elon Musk is still serving as Twitter’s CEO as of the time this story was written.
However, it is apparent from the votes cast by the population that they want him to vacate the highest office. On December 19, he posted a poll asking users if they thought he should stand down as Twitter’s CEO. I’ll follow the findings of this poll.
A day of voting was allowed, and 57.5% of participants wanted him to go, while 42.5% believed he should remain CEO.
Elon Has Not yet Commented on The Survey Findings.
Billionaire Teases Users
Elon baited Twitter users by warning them to be “careful” of their decisions, even if his future as the company’s CEO will be decided by his own vote. Be cautious about what you wish for because you might receive it, he wrote.
The proprietor of Twitter has previously asserted that the voice of the people is the voice of God. Vox Populi, Vox Dei is a Latin term that he used in November to promote a Twitter poll calling for the reinstatement of Donald Trump.
His suspended account was activated once the ex-return POTUSs received the majority of the votes. So, it’s unclear whether Elon would keep his pledge in the here and now.
Spotted at World Cup final in Qatar
The billionaire made a surprise appearance in Qatar to witness the World Cup final while the public waits impatiently to hear what he has to say about the poll findings. He was spotted in the stadium watching the game between France and Argentina while sitting near to Jared Kushner, a former senior aide to Trump.
On his Twitter account, he shared a picture of the stadium and a message encouraging followers to watch World Cup updates there.
His most recent tweet, which was posted an hour ago, has a link to a Twitter site that lists the game’s numbers in detail. When France scored, there were reportedly 24,400 tweets written every second, according to Elon, which was the “most ever for World Cup.”