Twitter Takeover: Musk sleeping in office for 'change' in Twitter

Pankaj Prasad
Elon Musk sleeping in Twitter office
Elon Musk sleeping in Twitter office

After acquiring the microblogging site Twitter, Elon Musk fired almost half of Twitter's employees, including Twitter's then CEO Parag Agarwal.

The world's richest man Elon Musk has made a big disclosure about himself. In a tweet on Monday, Musk, the leader of companies like Tesla, SpaceX and Twitter, has said that he is currently sleeping in the headquarters in San Francisco. Let us tell you that he has made this tweet amid reports that it is said that the new boss of Twitter is forced to sleep in the office due to the fear of Musk. 

According to media reports, since taking over the command of Twitter, Elon Musk wants to give it a new look. For this they are working on changes. However, some of the changes proposed by him in this entire process are also being criticized. Amidst all this, many media reports have also claimed that many Twitter employees are sleeping in the office at night due to fear of losing their jobs. After these reports, now Musk has also made it clear that he himself is sleeping in the Twitter headquarters, and this will continue until everything is fixed on Twitter. However, his tweet was later deleted.

Elon Musk told in his tweet the reason for sleeping in the office let us tell you that after taking over the microblogging site Twitter, Elon Musk had fired almost half of Twitter's employees, including the then Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal. The employees who were left in the company were given new work deadlines. After the acquisition of Twitter, several pictures went viral on social media in which many employees were seen sleeping in slipping bangs in the office itself. Although these pictures were from any office of Twitter, it was not clear.

After the takeover of Twitter, Musk has also said that the steps being taken to improve the organization have increased his own work. Meanwhile, the company's employees were also told in a stern tone that they will now have to be prepared to work 80 hours a week. This clearly meant that he would have to work 16 hours a day. Along with this, Musk also ended the work from home facility.