Elon Musk has made a bid to buy Twitter, but users want him to buy Sri Lanka instead – Reuters News in France and abroad

Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter for $43 billion, a move seen as a hostile takeover. The news created a flurry on the microblogging site with users speculating what to expect. Meanwhile, the astronomical sum of $43 billion stood out to many who realized the amount was enough to bail out the debt-ridden country of Sri Lanka. The country’s economy has collapsed and it needs 45 billion dollars to get out of this crisis. This has led netizens to suggest that Musk should bail out Sri Lanka instead of buying Twitter.

« Elon Musk’s Twitter Bid – $43 Billion

Sri Lanka’s debt – $45 billion

He can buy it and call himself Ceylon Musk. »

“Elon Musk, if you want to buy something, buy Sri Lanka. Leave Twitter alone. »

“@elonmusk, would you buy Sri Lanka for $43 billion? We also have the best graphite in the world for your @Tesla in Bogala. »

“OMG, @elonmusk offered $43 billion for Twitter. Please someone tell him he can buy an island in the Indian Ocean called Sri Lanka for $45 billion, he can use it to send rockets anywhere. »

“Why isn’t Elon Musk bailing out Sri Lanka and using it as a base for his space forays? .nothing beyond the south, just the sea..almost 100% literate female and 70% male…”

Twitter, Inc. has confirmed that it has received an unsolicited, non-binding proposal from Elon Musk to acquire all of the company’s outstanding common stock for $54.20 per share in cash. “Twitter’s Board of Directors will carefully consider the proposal to determine a course of action that it believes is in the best interests of the company and all Twitter shareholders,” the company added. “I don’t play the back and forth game. I went straight to the end. It’s a high price and your shareholders are going to love it,” Musk said earlier.

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Elon Musk has made a bid to buy Twitter, but users want him to buy Sri Lanka instead – Reuters News in France and abroad

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