Ever heard of the typical revenge stories? Often the narrative follows in which someone is trying to get back at their ex. Their ex must have rejected their proposals and now the lover has become very successful or the lover is carrying a thirst for vendetta that only sweet revenge can fulfill. The lover somehow becomes the crazy billionaire and decides to purchase everything that belongs to that ex. Spicy, right? In case you want to read more about this story, we have a real-life scenario of this romance revenge story for you.
Just read Elon Musk’s journey from an ‘annoyed Twitterati’ to someone who intends to become the owner of this American microblogging website. Of course, Twitter is playing the role of the ex, and Elon Musk is now the angry lover, destined to make his ex kneel before him.
The story of Elon Musk and Twitter starts from the time a few months earlier when the American billionaire complained about Twitter’s stringent policies on ‘freedom of speech.’ Like all the love-based narratives, Elon Musk went for, ‘I will find someone else like you!’ Elon announced his desire to create
It didn’t sit well with Elon Musk who then decided to have a change of heart, and then said to his ex, ‘I am going to make buy everything that you own now.’
Part of it can also be blamed on the netizens who trolled about Elon’s plans and compared him to Donald Trump. Of course that triggered Elon who then decided to give Twitter a run for its money. Like seriously! Elon ended up purchasing Twitter’s largest stakes. But that wasn’t enough.
Elon Musk went as far as proving that he wanted nothing less than ownership of his ex. Only recently, the news is floating around the internet that Elon is all set to purchase Twitter, making an offer of $43 billion.
And if he becomes an owner of Twitter, he has got special plans for Twitter’s ‘freedom of speech.’ Quite possibly, Elon’s first order of business will be to ask Twitter to confess that Elon is the first and only true love of Twitter. And after Twitter has done that, Elon’s going to move on to the next projects or create a variant of Twitter. The story doesn’t end here. He will definitely make sure that everyone adheres to his newfound concept of freedom of speech.