Twitter on Thursday dismissed Musk’s claim that the company defrauded him during a $44 billion deal.
Amidst the ongoing legal battle between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Twitter over a multi-crore deal, the industrialist on Saturday asked the CEO of micro-blogging company Prarag Agarwal to open debate regarding bots (fake or spam accounts) operating on the social media platform. challenged. “Let him prove to the public that less than five percent of Twitter’s daily users are fake or spam,” Musk said in one of his tweets. Along with tweeting, he also started a poll for the users, in which he formed an opinion on the same issue.
According to Reuters, on Thursday, Twitter rejected Musk’s claim that the company defrauded him during a $44 billion deal. Musk filed a countersuit against Twitter on July 29, sparking a legal battle against the company over his bid to walk away from the purchase agreement.
Earlier on Saturday, Musk said that if Twitter provides its own method of sampling 100 accounts and explains how it verifies that the accounts are genuine, then it will go ahead with the original terms of buying the company. can increase.