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RIP Twitter: Elon Musk’s social network drowns in a sea of ​​memes

RIP Twitter: Elon Musk's social network drowns in a sea of ​​thumbnail memes

What is the moment when it all went wrong? We don’t need Deep Thought – the megacomputer that can provide the answer to Fundamental Question about Life, the Universe and Everything of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – to find out. Since this morning, after a new exodus of Twitter employees, the social network has been invaded by a hashtag still first in trends on the platform: RIP Twitter. So is Elon Musk’s social network dying?

We don’t know if he’s exactly dying, but he certainly doesn’t look good. The flight of employees this morning is just the straw that is overflowing a vase full of controversies (and of memes). A vase that, mind you, is the exclusive property of Elon Musk.

Since the acquisition of the platform, every one has happened, on a daily basis. In no particular order: dismissal of 50% of employees; rampant fake news; paid blue check ad; introduction, subsequent withdrawal and reintroduction of the gray ticks; further wave of layoffs for external collaborators; ban for anyone impersonating Elon Musk; celebrities deleting their accounts. In short, dear Twitter, it was nice: RIPgoodbye, and thanks for all the meme.

RIP Twitter: “Goodbye, and thanks for all the meme”

And what are we to do? Read here.

  • Mark Brunasso

    Writing is my passion, music is my life and Liam Gallagher my God. Otherwise I’m 30 and a musician, singer and songwriter. Here I mainly write about music and videogames, but everything that has to do with the creation of parallel worlds fascinates me. 🌋From Pompeii with love.🧡

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