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Users who visit the King’s profile on the platform, @shaunkingyou will now receive a message: “This account does not exist. Please try another one.”
The account disappeared hours after King complained about Mask’s purchase of the platform on Monday.
“Essentially, @ElonMusk wants to buy Twitter not about the left against the right,” King posted on the platform. – We are talking about the power of whites.
“The man was brought up as a white nationalist during apartheid,” King said. “He is upset that Twitter will not allow white nationalists to target people. This is his definition of freedom of speech. “
After Twitter’s board accepted Musk’s offer to buy the company for $ 44 billion on Monday, Musk posted a statement on Twitter.
“Freedom of speech is the foundation of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is a digital urban space where issues vital to the future of humanity are discussed,” Musk said. “I also want to make Twitter better than ever by perfecting the product with new features, making open source algorithms to increase trust, defeating spam bots and authenticating everyone.”
“Twitter has great potential – I look forward to working with the company and the user community to unblock it,” Musk added.
As for critics like King, Musk wrote on Twitter: “I hope that even the worst critics will remain on Twitter, because that means freedom of speech.”
Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appeared to celebrate absorption mask.
“Basically, I don’t think anyone should own or manage Twitter,” Dorsey wrote on Twitter. “He wants to be a public good at the protocol level, not a company. However, in tackling the fact that it’s a company, Elon is the only solution I trust. I trust his mission to expand the light of consciousness.”