Elon Musk: Ever since the command of the social media platform company Twitter (Twitter) came in the hands of Elon Musk, the company has been in the limelight since then. Due to his new changes, Elon Musk has also remained in the discussion. On Wednesday, Musk made a tweet remembering his old days. On which users are giving a lot of feedback.
Actually, the new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk has made a tweet remembering the year 2021. In this tweet, he has written that 12 months ago I was the Person of the Year. Significantly, last year Musk was given the title of ‘Person of the Year’ by Time Magazine.
12 months ago, I was Person of the Year
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 4, 2023
Elon Musk was named Person of the Year for 2021 by Time Magazine, calling him a “genius, visionary, industrialist, showman”. Time wrote about Elon Musk that “This is the man who thinks about saving our planet Earth. Thinks about the things fit to be here: the genius, the visionary, the industrialist, the showman, the electric Builds cars and goes to Mars.
Zelensky got Person of the Year this time
Time magazine, which releases its ‘Person of the Year’ name every year in December. In 2022, this magazine has declared Ukraine’s President Zelensky as the Person of the Year. Time magazine has given a place to President Zelensky on the cover page in its latest issue.
Musk wrote while retweeting
Musk’s latest tweet comes hours after he targeted the United States (US) government in the latest round of ‘Twitter Files’. Retweeting journalist Matt Tibby’s post, Musk wrote that the US government agency had demanded the suspension of 250,000 accounts, including those of journalists and Canadian officials. This disclosure was made by journalist Matt Taibbi.
US govt agency demanded suspension of 250k accounts, including journalists & Canadian officials! https://t.co/kcEMMCzF7d
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 3, 2023
New release of Twitter files claims
A new release of Twitter files claims the social networking firm was pressured to cooperate with US government agencies to seek Russian interference. Hitting out at the Global Engagement Center, Tabby called it a “budding analytical/intelligence weapon of the State Department” and said it went directly to the media with a report titled ‘Russian Disinformation Apparatus Taking Advantage of Coronavirus Concerns’