Twitter Users Voted to Remove Elon Musk as CEO Which He Said He Would Respect


It would be an understatement to say Musk’s helm of Twitter has caused trouble. 

From fired employees to fuming clients, the once-richest man in the world has had a chaotic few months.

Now, it might just end. 

Users Vote Head of Twitter Elon Out 

On Sunday (18 December), Musk posted a poll on Twitter asking users if he should step down as the head of the company. 

“Should I step down as head of Twitter? I will abide by the results of this poll,” he wrote. 

When the poll closed on Monday, 57.5% of the 17.5 million voters favoured his resignation. Interestingly, the online-active Musk did not immediately respond after the results were released. 


Instead, he broke the silence by replying: “Interesting” to claims that the results may have been rigged by fake accounts. Adding on, he said Twitter will make a change that only Twitter Blue subscribers can vote in policy-related polls.

For those who don’t know, Twitter Blue is a subscription service that allows users to pay US$8 (~S$11) for a blue tick to appear next to their username. 

He then tweeted again: “As the saying goes, be careful what you wish, as you might get it.”

With this, we’re still unsure as to whether the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX will be exiting his newest company. 


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No Replacement

Even if he were to step out the door, there’s currently nobody to take his seat. 

As he’s announced before, “no one wants the job who can actually keep Twitter alive. There is no successor.”


Like the RI students two years back, Twitter has been flushing money down the drain. With almost US$13 billion (S$17.6 billion) of debt, it’s no wonder that nobody wants to commandeer this sinking ship.

Even Musk himself declared that “it has been in the fast lane to bankruptcy since May”. 

The vote tells us that we might see the end of Musk. But what if we see the end of Twitter as well?

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