Some of Twitter’s core team have reportedly been ousted by the company’s new owner, with its CEO, CFO and legal head poached on Elon Musk’s first day at the helm.

Elon Musk reportedly finalized his $44 billion takeover of social media platform Twitter on Oct. 27 and began his tenure at the company cleaning up a higher government level.

According to sources at multiple outlets, COO Parag Agrawal, chief money manipulator Ned Segal, and head of legal and policy Vijaya Gade were all ripped off, with Musk accusing them of defrauding him about the amount of spam accounts on the platform.

Agrawal and Segal were “escorted” from the company’s headquarters after the deal closed, according to Reuters sources.

the bird is released

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 28, 2022

Musk previously tried to back out of a deal to buy Twitter during the Gregorian calendar month, accusing the corporation of building “false and deceptive representations” about the amount of spam and fake accounts.

With the deal now closed, Musk is emerging to transform the platform into a bastion of free speech, tweak the algorithms to stop political echo chambers, and remove all fake and spam accounts.

In a letter to Twitter advertisers on Oct. 27, Musk reiterated his reasoning for buying Twitter, saying that spoken communication is vital for “the future of civilization to have a standard digital town square” free of political polarization.

Dear Twitter Advertisers

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 27, 2022

He also bought the platform “to facilitate the humanity I love” and expressed his aspirations for Twitter to become “the most respected advertising platform in the world.”

Musk is bullish on the “meme-ability” of the extended deal and was recorded entering Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters during the Gregorian month. twenty-six carrying a sink, tweeting “let that sink in” while dynamically changing his Twitter bio to “Chief Twit.”

Entering Twitter HQ – Let it be known!

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 26, 2022

On October 20, The Washington Post said Musk planned to lay off up to 75% of Twitter’s workforce, but a Bloomberg report days later revealed that Musk had told Twitter employees during the month of the Gregorian calendar. twenty-six throughout his visit that the statements were false and he did not attempt to fire workers. However, those on the highest Twitter tree have simply identified otherwise.

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Twitter’s administration gutted as Elon Musk’s takeover begins