San Francisco residents reacted on Friday to entrepreneur Elon Musk’s acquiring the social media platform Twitter.
“He may streamline the company, and hopefully, it will become profitable and it will be better for everyone. I mean he’s a pretty successful guy,” resident Daniel Arguelles said.
“I think we finally got our freedom of speech back because before, freedom of speech wasn’t free. Everybody was getting banned off Twitter and all these social people decided to shut everything down, it was wild,” another respondent commented.
On Thursday, Musk completed a 44-billion USD deal to own Twitter. He reportedly fired the company’s CEO, chief financial officer and chief legal officer.