The rapper laid out a set of new rules as head of Twitter.
Twitter now seems to be one of the most coveted social networks in the world. Recently, rapper Snoop Dogg said that he could launch to buy Twitter now that Elon Musk’s $44 billion bid to buy the social media company is on hold.
This announcement follows Musk’s announcement on Friday that the deal is “temporarily on hold” due to the number of fake accounts on the market. site had the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” singer do some news of his own.
Snoop behind Twitter
“You can have two buy Twitter now,” Snoop tweeted.
Also, the rapper presented a set of new rules as head of Twitter, which includes replacing the board of directors, giving everyone a verified account and putting free Internet on planes.
“I’m replacing the board with Jimmy from my Fish Fry corner, Tommy Chung and that guy with the ponytail on CNBC,” he wrote.
“Everyone gets a blue checkmark. Even the bots with 10 letters in their name that hit you in DM and just say Hi. No, fuck those bots.”
May have 2 buy Twitter now.
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) May 13, 2022
“First line of business. Free internet on planes!!! $29 for 1 hour is bullshit,” she later tweeted.
This past Friday, shares of Twitter fell nearly 10 percent after Musk broadcast the stalled status of the deal.
“The Twitter deal is temporarily on hold pending details supporting the estimate that fake/spam accounts represent less than 5% of users,” the Tesla CEO said in a Friday tweet at 5:44 a.m. A.M
As well, after shares of the social media giant fell more than 25 percent to a low of $33.79 in premarket trading, well below Musk’s pot-related purchase price. of $54.20, indicating that investors were betting the deal would not go through.
If the Twitter deal goes through, Musk has said that cracking down on spam accounts and bots will be a priority.
On the other hand, the billionaire also promised to buy out the shares of Twitter shareholders and privatize the company. He also intends to renew the company’s content moderation policies that have resulted in the banning of controversial figures, many of them from the political right.
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