After being kicked off the Twitter platform following the Capitol riots, former US President Donald Trump is alleged to have given Twitter a wide berth. The ex-Twitter president's suspension stemmed from an aggressive comment directed at Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol.
Elon Musk, the world's richest man and a close friend of Trump, completed his Twitter buyout.
but Former US President Donald Trump has vowed not to return to Twitter after his close friend Elon Musk paid R690 billion for the giant communications platform.
Following his close friend Elon Musk's Twitter buyout, former US President Donald Trump has declined to rejoin the platform. Twitter has barred Trump from using its platform after he made a racist remark. following the riots that erupted after his presidential election loss to Joe Biden. The brawl on January 6 was sparked by aggressive remarks directed toward Trump supporters, with some breaking into the US Capitol that day.
Elon musk's twitter purchase has gained him much respect and has been trending since then, with many ordinary citizens and business people questioning his motive and what he plans to gain from Twitter, but as a businessman, he will gain a lot.
since his interest in Twitter, the social media platform has grown with new accounts being created by new users.
Reacting to this concerned south Africans say
Mike Ledwin :" Elon musk is going to bring him back n he will be starting paving his way for being the president in 2024, we love you president Donald Trump we missed you".
Terry Thorntonberg: "Honestly speaking, that's not sour. He's literally trying to promote his own social network. You cannot expect a person to join a competing social network while trying to promote his own".
Yurhmiey Blxckie: "take care bitter old man no one cares".
Xoloh Thandeka:" Please explain to me guys, how is twitter a business I mean how will Ellon Musk benefits from owning it?".
Nelson Mogale:" People are rich and some us it's only names written in our bank account, at least that R350 was better than nothing".
By Nelson Abasi
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