Elon Musk returns to Twitter after a 10-days absence

Elon Musk has already taken a sabbatical from Twitter. Musk declared that he would be “off Twitter for a spell” in June 2020, just after the birth of his son X.

Elon Musk returned to Twitter today after an absence of ten days. The more than 100 million followers of the Tesla CEO on Twitter, as well as the media, speculated a lot during his extended absence. After June 21, Musk, who on average posted at least five tweets per day, stopped using the microblogging site.

Musk did, however, send out four tweets on July 2, which was ten days later. The richest man in the world posted a photo of himself standing next to the pope with the comment, “Honored to meet @pontifex yesterday.”

Elon Musk’s four teenage boys are also shown, although his 18-year-old transgender daughter, who tried to alter her name and cut off contact with him on June 20, is not. In all, Musk is the father of eight kids.

It was unclear at first why Musk met with the pope or where they went.

He paid tribute to the well-known YouTuber Technoblade, who just passed away at the age of 23 from cancer, in another tweet.

The Federal Communications Commission and Musk’s company SpaceX were the topics of his final article on June 21.

Musk, who signed a $44 billion deal in April to buy Twitter and take it private at $54.20 a share, has rejected the firm’s internal estimate that less than 5% of users on the platform are made up of spam and bogus accounts.

The billionaire threatened to terminate the merger agreement earlier this month, alleging that the corporation had violated it by “actively fighting and blocking” his request for details regarding the spam and bogus account data.

The board of Twitter has “unanimously recommended” that shareholders support Musk’s $44 billion purchase of the dominant social media company.

The Twitter CEO also aspires to make the platform as appealing and accessible as possible.

Musk has already taken a sabbatical from Twitter. Musk declared in June 2020 that he would be “off Twitter for a bit” following the birth of his son X, only to come back four days later. And in 2019, after reflecting on the “benefits” of Twitter, he stopped posting for the entire three days.

This time, he chose not to explain why he had been absent from the social media site for so long.

Elon Musk is vacation-phobic in real life. He was fired by the board of the firm in 2000 while en route to Australia on vacation when he was the CEO of PayPal. Musk claimed he suffered malaria that was “near-fatal” for him. Another time, during his week off, one of his rockets burst.

The tech titan declared following the incidents that “vacations will kill you.” Since starting SpaceX in 2002, Musk claims to have taken just two vacations in 2015.