Elon Musk Most Followed Twitter User, Pushes Barack Obama And Justin Bieber Down

Elon Musk, CEO of microblogging site Twitter, has become the most followed user on the platform. Musk has more than 133 million followers. He has left behind former US President Barack Obama. For the last almost three years, Obama had the record of maximum number of users on this platform.

According to Guinness World Records, Twitter has approximately 450 million monthly active users. About 30 percent of these follow Musk. Musk is also the chief executive of electric car maker Tesla. Last year he took over Twitter. However, earlier there were some controversies regarding this deal. Musk took over Twitter in late October. They had about 11 crore users then. Since then this number has increased to more than 13.3 crore. Earlier, he was the most followed user on Twitter after Obama and Justin Bieber.

tracking firm social blade According to , Obama has lost 2,67,585 followers and Bieber has lost 1,18,950 followers in the last 30 days. However, Musk is followed by more than 3 million users and has an average of more than a million followers per day. for twitter Musk Tesla’s share price had come down drastically since the bid was made in April last year. Musk also sold billions of dollars of Tesla shares. This can make it easier for them to raise funds for the $ 44 billion deal to buy Twitter. Musk’s title of the world’s richest person was also snatched due to the fall in Tesla’s share price.

Some big companies had stopped advertising on Twitter. Musk had said that the reduction in advertisements had a big impact on Twitter’s revenue. Market analysts said that Musk has become a villain for Tesla’s investors. The company’s fundamentals remain strong, but Musk’s increased attention to Twitter is hurting Tesla’s brand. However, last month Musk once again became the richest person in the world. His total assets were more than 187 billion dollars.

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