Twitter users like Tesla CEO & the World’s richest man Elon Musk to buy Sri Lanka instead of Twitter for $43 billion, as the country faces its worst economic crisis since its independence.
Many users on Twitter shared their views and asked the tech billionaire to bail out the debt-ridden country.
Recently, Musk had made an offer to buy Twitter at $42 billion. Twitterati requested billionaire Elon Musk to purchase Sri Lanka instead of buying Twitter for $43 billion, business-standard wrote on Saturday, April.
Twitter users enjoy Tesla CEO and richest Forbes, Elon Musk acquiring Sri Lanka instead of the microblogging site for $43 billion, as the country faces its worst economic crisis since its Independence.
Twitter users enjoy Tesla CEO Elon Musk acquiring Sri Lanka rather than the microblogging site for $43 billion, as the nation encounters its worst economic problem since its Liberation.
Many users on the medium conveyed their thoughts and requested the tech billionaire to bail out the debt-ridden nation.
A user wrote to Elon Musk that if he wants to buy Twitter, reject it and buy Shre Lanka, Instead.
Another user wrote to musk that if he chooses to buy Sri Lanka for $43 billion, they have the finest graphite on the earth for his Tesla at Bogala also.
Newly, Musk revealed that he had proposed to buy Twitter. The billionaire is ready to pay $54.20 per stake to buy 100% of the company.
The all-cash bid will value the social network enterprise at about $43 billion.
He also admitted he was “not sure” if he would be capable to buy Twitter, counting that there is a Plan B if his initial proposal is rejected.
Meanwhile, Twitter has reported that its Board of Directors has unanimously embraced a limited period shareholder ownership plan following an unbidden, non-binding proposal to receive Twitter by Musk.
The ownership agenda, usually dubbed the ‘poison pill,’ will lower the likelihood that any commodity, person, or party gains authority over Twitter via open market accumulation without spending all shareholders a reasonable control premium or without delivering the board adequate time to make instructed decisions and take steps that are in the best welfare of shareholders,” according to the statement made.