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Elon Musk to talk Twitter workers amid Amber Heard criticism on social media

Elon Musk to talk Twitter workers amid Amber Heard criticism on social media
Elon Musk to talk Twitter workers as Amber Heard slams social media

Billionaire Elon Musk will converse to the Twitter workers days after his former girlfriend Amber Heard mentioned the ‘hate and vitriol’ she suffered on social media throughout her libel trial towards Johnny Depp was not ‘truthful.’

The Reuters reported on Tuesday Elon Musk will converse to Twitter workers this week for the primary time at a company-wide assembly since launching his $44 billion bid in April.

Citing an e-mail from Twitter Chief Government Parag Agrawal to employees, the report says assembly is scheduled for Thursday, and Musk will take questions instantly from Twitter workers, the supply added.

A Twitter spokesperson confirmed that Musk would attend the corporate all-hands assembly this week.

Ever since Musk’s takeover bid, many Twitter workers have expressed issues that the billionaire’s erratic habits might destabilize the social media firm’s enterprise, and damage it financially.

Final week, Musk warned Twitter that he would possibly stroll away from his deal to accumulate the corporate, if it failed to supply the information on spam and faux accounts that he seeks.

The assembly report comes a day after Musk former ladylove Amber Heard, in her first interview, slammed the social media, saying she believes social media remedy throughout Johnny Depp trial was not truthful.

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