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Twitter app developer fired from company for misquoting Elon Musk

Elon Musk is continuously laying off staff after buying the micro-blogging site Twitter. Musk has fired a worker from Twitter’s app development team who told Musk wrong. Recently, Musk gave his assessment regarding the slowing down of Twitter. On this, Eric Frohnhoefer, associated with Twitter’s app development team, said that Musk’s assessment is wrong.

Musk at the end of last week Tweet “I apologize for Twitter being very slow in some countries. This is due to a remote procedure call (RPC) error,” Kar said. Eric then wrote in response to Musk’s tweet, “I’ve spent six years at Twitter on Android and I can say that assessment is wrong.” Musk then asked Eric, “Please correct me. Twitter is very slow on Android. What have you done to fix it?” Other users also joined the conversation on Twitter and one of them said that the matter should be discussed separately with the boss. He said that by publicly blaming the boss, you look arrogant.

Musk then responded by tweeting that Eric had been fired from the company. Musk bought Twitter for about $44 billion. Apart from Tesla, which is one of the big electric car companies, Musk is also the chief executive of SpaceX, which makes space rocket. After completing the deal to buy Twitter, Musk fired its CEO, Parag Agarwal, CFO Ned Segal, general counsel Sean Edgett and legal policy, trust and security head Vijaya Gadde. A big problem for Twitter has been monetizing. Musk dissolved the company’s board. Elon Musk is now the only person on Twitter’s board and has complete control of the company.

Work from home or remote location for Twitter workers ban It has been installed. Musk has advised workers to be prepared for difficult times. Musk said there is no way to ignore the state of the economy and how it will affect a company like Twitter that relies on advertising.

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