The co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has experienced a true metamorphosis regarding his opinion upon the landing of Elon Musk, the head of the social network he created in 2006 and who at first supported the purchase of the platform by Maximum. Tesla, or SpaceX shareholders, have been highly critical of the South African tycoon’s leadership, saying “everything went downhill” with his arrival.
Dorsey’s words are recorded during a meeting with users Blue SkyThe social network he helped build in 2019 when he was still on Twitter’s management team is preparing to launch to the public after a trial period of more than three years.
A user of this new social network asked him if he thought Elon Musk was the most appropriate leader for Twitter, to which Dorsey replied: “No. I don’t think management should have forced the sale. It Everything went south,” Dorsey replied.
Only a year ago, when Twitter’s address acknowledged the buyout of the Tesla owner—which would still take six months after the millionaire’s many ups and downs—, Dorsey himself wrote a tweet in which he praised the arrival. Thi Tycoon because it would contribute to the “expansion of the light of consciousness”, but his opinion seems to have changed radically in these twelve months.
Not a week goes by without Musk – who has declined to name a director or manager and prefers to run the network – announcing a new change: allowing media to charge for articles, the latest being Giving is included. They post on Twitter, of which the network will take a share.