Elon Musk has said he will resign as Twitter CEO “as soon as I find out that someone is stupid enough to take the job.”
this Twitter The boss then said he would “only manage the software and server teams”.
it appears in musk launched a poll Ask the user for his judgment on his tenuresaying he would “obey the outcome.”
As Sunday’s deadline passed, 57.5 percent voted for him to leave.
The poll is an apparent attempt to draw a line under his controversial rule.
About 20 minutes after he asked the question, with a narrow lead on “yes” votes, he added: “As the saying goes, be careful what you want because you might get it.”
Responding to the comments, he said: “The problem is not finding a CEO, the problem is finding a CEO who can keep Twitter alive.”
He added: “No one wants the job that can really keep Twitter alive. There is no successor.”
Fighting against Twitter’s social media rivals
Over the weekend, Musk declared war on the platform’s social media rivals by banning their accounts from promoting them on Twitter.
This means that if users post links to their profiles on other social media sites, including Meta-owned Facebook and Instagram, as well as Mastodon or Donald Trump’s Truth Social, their accounts could be suspended, locked or deleted .
When Musk took over Twitter, he promised to improve Twitter, eliminate fake accounts and improve free speech.
But his move has already lost many major advertisers amid concerns over its direction and ability to pay interest on the $13bn (£11bn) debt Musk took on to buy it.