San Francisco, July 17 – Twitter proprietor Elon Musk on Monday mentioned that Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is “actually burning” the “midnight oil.”
When a person tweeted, “BREAKING: After forgetting about his app for every week the CEO of that different app has lastly made a submit.”
Musk replied, “He’s actually burning the midnight oil lol.”
Meta launched Threads on July 5 for iOS and Android customers in 100 international locations, and it’s among the many high free apps on the App Retailer.
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Threads already crossed 150 million person sign-ups.
Tesla CEO on Sunday mentioned that Zuckerberg doesn’t appear to care about his new product.
Earlier, in response to a tweet about Meta CEO’s funding within the Metaverse, Musk mentioned, “Censorship pays them effectively.”
Alternatively, former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shared that Zuckerberg requested to observe him on Threads, and wrote, “Too quickly b.”
In the meantime, in response to a person’s tweet about low engagement on the platform, Musk mentioned, “We’re making an attempt exhausting to cease bots and trolls on this platform, so which may be a part of the rationale.”
When one other person posted that Twitter will introduce “Profile Viewers” much like LinkedIn which might enable customers to see who visited their profiles within the final 24 hours.
The Twitter-owner replied, “Not occurring”.
“If I observe an account & they maintain posting about it, they are going to be unfollowed,” he posted.