As Twitter undergoes a rebranding, questions arise about the validity of an agreement Musk seemingly made with MrBeast.
In 2022, Elon Musk raised eyebrows with an enigmatic tweet that read, “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowing ya.”
MrBeast Asked: “If that happens can I have Twitter?” Musk, known for his witty and often unpredictable responses, replied with a succinct “ok.”
The year 2023 witnessed a significant transformation in the social media landscape.
Twitter, one of the most recognizable platforms for sharing thoughts and engaging in global conversations, underwent a rebranding initiative and emerged as “X.”
MrBeast posed a direct question, “Now that Twitter is called X, does that nullify our agreement?”
Yet there is not any response from Elon Musk to MrBeast’s question.
As the conversation around Elon Musk’s cryptic remark and MrBeast’s request resurfaces in the wake of Twitter’s transformation into “X,” the question of the agreement’s validity lingers.
The convergence of legal, ethical, and digital transformation considerations underscores the evolving dynamics of our interconnected world.
Let’s see what would be the response of Elon Musk.