Elon Musk calls Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor a ‘Cry baby’ for qutting Twitter

Elon Musk calls Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor a ‘Cry baby’ for qutting Twitter

Elon Musk calls Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor a “crybaby” after quitting Twitter. Reznor said over the weekend that he was “ready to leave” the platform and that Musk’s takeover was “shameful”.

“We don’t need the conceit of the billionaire class to think they can just come in and fix everything,” he said. “I feel like it’s become such a toxic environment, even without his involvement. I need to rest for my mental health. I don’t like being there anymore.

The Nine Inch Nails lead singer later followed his vow and left the social networking site, while both Kanye West and Donald Trump are back on Twitter after their accounts were previously suspended over antisemitic tweets. . Was.

Musk responded to a tweet that read, “And it turns out that ‘Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor is actually a crybaby,” which was sent 48 hours after Musk reactivated Trump’s Twitter account And the world still hadn’t ended.

One person reacted negatively to his statement, writing, “You are an ignorant idiot. Trent Reznor is one of the greatest artists of all time. To be honest, I appreciate his music, but maybe Etsy is his thing.” Is.” Yes, said Musk.

He assumed formal control of Twitter in October, and since then, has come under heavy criticism for his questionable conduct there. Several celebrities including Jack White, who left the stage over the weekend, Kathy Burke, Stephen Fry, Julian Casablancas of The Strokes, comedy group SpitLip and Stephen Fry are among those who have criticized him.

Twitter itself is said to be going down because Musk recently laid off hundreds of employees and because advertisers have started leaving the site in large numbers. Hate speech on Twitter apparently skyrocketed within days of Kasturi’s takeover; For example, the use of the N-word increased by more than 500% in a single day.

Additionally, Musk apparently threatened to fire any remaining Twitter employees last week, telling them to “act fast” or leave the business. Shortly after, rumors spread of the site’s closure.

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