Elon Musk: was written in capital letters at the Twitter headquarters. On this day Elon Musk explained the word ‘W’ in color
Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s case has once again shocked the whole world. He has not done anything on the forum or tweeted anything that has caused a stir. He is currently in discussion for another reason.
Twitter is headquartered in San Francisco, United States. There is a board of Twitter written in big letters on the building. Everyone is used to seeing it. But recently Elon Musk has changed the meaning of that board. They put white paint on Twitter’s W word.
And he was also seen tweeting about this matter. He also gave the specific reasons behind why such a change was made in Twitter’s board.
“They tried to muffle our titter,” Musk added in another Monday tweet. Many people on social media interpreted this as an attempt to rename the company from Twitter to Titter. However, no formal confirmation of this change has yet been made public.
In the words of Eater’s CEO, the San Francisco-headquartered landlord claims, “We could never legally remove the ‘W’ word from the Twitter sign, so we painted the word over the background, problem solved! ”
According to Forbes, Elon Musk conducted a poll in April last year to ask users whether the letter ‘W’ should be deleted from its name. The only options available to users were “yes” and “of course.” There was no other option on the poll I think he wanted to change the name of it.
This isn’t Musk’s first strange promise, which he also kept.
Previously, the CEO of Space and Tesla polled Twitt&r people on whether the company’s official emblem, a blue bird, should be changed by Doge (an image of a Shiba Inu dog popular in memes). The majority of users had approved of the adjustment.
On Tuesday, April 4, Twitter the logo was replaced with an image of Doge.
Because of this change, the Twitter logo has now become titter. Many users said that this paint job was going on for a long time. Users are claiming that Twitter’s W word appeared obscured on a board attached to the headquarters for a while, now it’s clear why.
Elon Musk also changed the logo of Twitter’s homepage a few days ago. The image of his favorite cryptocurrency Dogecoin’s face was replaced with a bluebird. Due to which there has been an uproar in the net world.
When people think of the Twitter logo, the image of a blue bird comes to mind. However, this change did not last long. Within days, the picture of Dogecoin on Twitter was replaced with a picture of a blue bird. Currently the web and mobile apps have a Twitter logo with an image of a blue bird.
Despite the return of Twitter’s old logo, there is an intense debate on the net about whether or not the W word will return from the Twitter board at the headquarters. The landlord of the building has not yet reacted to Elon Musk’s move.
SRI Nine Market Square LLC, the building’s landlord, did not immediately answer to a question about why the initial change was inappropriate and whether the painted-over signs would be permitted.
Since taking over Twitter, Musk has made many significant alterations to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco. In January, he attempted to sell hundreds of items from the office in order to increase revenue for Twitter, including kitchen appliances, Twitter sculptures, furniture, and even office plants.
Twitter cut housekeeping services in the headquarters in December, forcing staff to bring their own toilet paper to work.
Musk’s long-running feud with the building’s landlord is the latest disagreement over the Twitter sign. In January, SRI filed a lawsuit against Musk’s Twitter. The lawsuit accused Twitter of failing to pay $3.4 million in rent for the headquarters’ Market Street location in December and January.
Note that apart from changing the name, Elon Musk has changed the entire image of Twitter headquarters after acquiring the ownership of Twitter. Sold furniture, utensils and expensive sculptures to increase income. Elon Musk also sold office plants.