Whereas a lot of musicians have stepped away from Twitter since Musk’s takeover, Dionne Warwick needs to have a dialog with the CEO to get an understanding of his intentions for the social media platform.
“I’ve to satisfy him,” Warwick, a beloved determine on Twitter who simply celebrated her 82nd birthday, advised Folks. “I do know lots of people have walked away from Twitter. That’s previous to realizing precisely what he’s going to do. He’s new to the sport.”
She continued, “His angle is freedom of speech, which is mine as properly. Nonetheless, there’s a strategy to do it.”
“That’s one of many conversations I’m going to have with him,” stated Warwick, whose documentary Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over is heading to tv on New 12 months’s Day, on CNN (and shall be accessible on HBO Max after that). “What’s your true intent? I perceive your freedom of speech angle however how are you going to include it, so it doesn’t get out of hand?”
On Sunday (Dec. 18), Musk tweeted a ballot, asking customers to resolve if he ought to step down as head of Twitter. “I’ll abide by the outcomes of this ballot,” he wrote. The outcomes: Greater than half (57.5%) of the 17.5 million folks to reply voted that he ought to step down.
In a back-and-forth with followers on Sunday, Musk commented that any potential new CEO “should like ache rather a lot” to run Twitter, which “has been within the quick lane to chapter.”
“Nobody needs the job who can truly preserve Twitter alive. There isn’t any successor,” he tweeted.
Snoop Dogg additionally polled Twitter on Sunday night time, musing whether or not he needs to be the one to take over the job of CEO. Though the ballot remains to be stay at press time, nearly all of the greater than 3 million votes forged have been in favor of the rapper taking the place.