Elon Musk Says, 20-50% Twitter Accounts fake, mocks Parag Agrawal in tweet

It's getting terrible and gross. Elon Musk's proposition to purchase Twitter is up the figurative

"crap rivulet" after the tycoon Tesla pioneer answered a string by the virtual entertainment stage CEO Parag Agrawal with a crap emoticon.

The derisive public affront - - which a few specialists said should have been visible as abusing the non-stigmatization arrangement of the buy understanding - -

came after Agrawal posted a long string on counterfeit records and bots, regions Musk had hailed for concern. Musk reaction to Agrawal's clarification: A piece of poop heap.

Independently, Musk said showed his $44 billion proposal to purchase Twitter may not go ahead except if the organization gave more data on counterfeit records, which he assessed at 20% and which Agrawal says is under 5%.

"My offer was based on Twitter's SEC filings being accurate," Musk said. "Yesterday, Twitter's CEO publicly refused to show proof of <5%. This deal cannot move forward until he does."

Twitter stock has failed by failed by more than 20% ($36.80 on Tuesday) from the time Musk made his proposal of $ 54.20 per offer, 

and signs are that he presently needs to revise the $44 billion arrangement utilizing the phony records issue.

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