Elon Musk asks Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal for help, claims his tweets getting suppressed | Technology News

New Delhi: Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and a party to a legal dispute with Twitter, recently confirmed that his tweets are being suppressed. To address his issue, Musk has flagged Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal as well as his verified official Twitter account. Although his Twitter handle has not changed, Musk’s name on Twitter has changed to “Naughtius Maximus”. Only 3,000 to 5,000 people liked some of the tweets from the CEO of Tesla, which has more than 105 million followers on Twitter. At that point, he realized that few people were watching his tweets.

Musk wrote on Twitter, “My tweets are being suppressed. Please fix.” Despite the fact that his previous tweets did not receive the same level of attention, as usual, the mentioned tweet received more than 44,000 likes. Even when he uses an emoji, Musk’s tweets receive more than a million likes and tweets, so his recent tweets are unlikely to fail to gain traction on Twitter. However, some of his recent tweets receive only 3,000 likes. Musk’s tweets received no response from Twitter’s support page or CEO Parag Agrawal.

Notably, as a result of withdrawing from the $44 billion deal, Musk is currently in a legal dispute with Twitter. Interestingly, Musk claims that Twitter censored his tweets after shareholders approved Musk’s takeover of the company.

Musk pulled out of its $44 billion purchase of Twitter after making sweeping claims that doing so would save civilization. Even those who were previously banned from Twitter, such as former US President Donald Trump, have been given the opportunity to join the platform. Musk criticized some of Twitter’s top executives, including Vijaya Jade, on social media after announcing his purchase of the company. But two months later, Musk announced that he had lost interest in Twitter because, in his opinion, the social media platform had misled him about the amount of bots and spam. To enforce the purchase agreement he made with the site, Twitter is currently suing Musk.

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