Jack Dorsey, known for being the co-founder of Twitter, offered a few days ago his point of view on the role Elon Musk is playing as CEO of the social network which he bought for $ 44 billion.
Since before the sale was finalized, the negotiation attracted the attention of the media because Musk wanted some points already agreed to be modified, in which It seemed like a bargain to get a better price.
Ultimately, Musk bought the company and Jack Dorsey gave his opinion on his performance for the first time on the social network Bluesky which started with his help and is forming a competitor to Twitter.
Dorsey was critical and frank “everything went down” after the acquisition of Twitter by the tycoon.
The opinion came from a question of a Bluesky user, who asked if he thought Musk was the right person to lead Twitter:
“No. And I also don’t think he acted correctly when he realized that it was a bad time (to sell). Nor do I think that management should force the sale. Everything went down” Dorsey replied.
Musk is a successful businessman with large companies that led him to make one of the largest fortunes in the world, but since he bought Twitter. made decisions that surprised the majority due to the visceral nature of the measurements.
It is known that Jack Dorsey was close friends with Musk, but now he doubts his leadership and is participating in the social network Bluesky Social which has aroused great interest and is already among the most successful applications in the App Store, at the level of others such as BeReal, TextNow, Google Meet, Messenger, Telegram, WhatsApp and Facebook.
This new social network is characterized by it emphasis on user security and privacy, and it looks like Twitter. It is a microblogging platform that allows text posts and short messages, interaction buttons for users to give their opinions, share and express if they like the content.
It is also known that Mark Zuckerberg plans to compete with Twitter as it is developing a decentralized social network codenamed “P92” where content creators and public figures will share text-based posts.