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Memes mourn Twitter death: RIP

Twitter users have lost all faith in the microblogging platform and are dealing with that loss with humor, as Twitter is known to do.

Since Elon Musk demanded that staff work hard and go ‘hardcore’ or leave the company, hundreds of employees have left the company, forcing the new CEO to ‘temporarily’ leave the office until November 21 .

Thank you for your flexibility. Please continue to comply with Company policy by refraining from discussing confidential Company information on social media, with the press or elsewhere,” the email read.

A poll was conducted in the work app Blind, asking Twitter employees about the situation. More than 40% of the 180 voters declared: “By taking the exit option, I am free!

Bloomberg News claimed that two weeks after buying it for $44 billion, the billionaire remarked on his first mass call with staff that he couldn’t rule out bankruptcy.

Social media users are now certain the company will fail and will blame Musk for the calamity. On Twitter, the hashtags “goodbye twitter” and “RIP twitter” are trending.

One person has linked Twitter’s disappearance to the sinking of the famous ship Titanic. “It’s been a pleasure tweeting with you for 13 years,” she added.

Even those who had few followers expressed their regrets and said goodbye to their “three followers”.

Users pointed to employees leaving Twitter with brutal memes.

Another person held on to their faith and reminded people of the days when everyone feared short video site TikTok was shut down.

Hundreds of users have used memes and comedy movies, including fire, to describe the platform’s pandemonium.

Some users have described what it must have looked like inside Twitter’s offices and headquarters.

Many people believe that the demise of Twitter will take people back to a time when everyone used chat rooms.

One person even pretended to be Walter White from the iconic Breaking Bad TV show.

Surprisingly, amidst all the jokes about Musk and his role in the demise of the social media company, the man himself was cracking jokes.

“You had a job, Elon,” one user commented.

Many people believe that saving the company is now impossible, and they are not afraid to say so.

Musk has yet to speak on the subject, except for his joke in response to the numerous resignations. Musk was meeting with top employees to try to persuade them to stay, according to a current employee and a recently deceased employee in contact with Twitter colleagues.

Musk said on Twitter late Thursday that he wasn’t concerned about the resignations because “the best people are staying.”

Amid the resignations, the billionaire owner also said Twitter usage had hit an all-time high.

“And we just hit a new record for Twitter usage…” he said in a tweet, without going into details.

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