Elon Musk insults projected onto Twitter HQ
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A series of messages insulting new Twitter boss Elon Musk are being projected onto the side of the company's HQ building in San Francisco.
Advertisers are jumping ship, Musk's big plan to introduce paid for blue ticks has been a disaster and he's even warned that the company could be facing bankruptcy.
To compound all of that misery, Twitter lost a load of staff ever since Musk showed up.
First he fired a whole load of them, before having to ask some people whether they'd please come back to the jobs they were just booted out of.
Then he issued a strict ultimatum to his workers demanding that they agree to follow his rules for 'insane productivity' or leave with three months severance pay.
Many decided to take the money and go, with some even counting down and cheering in the moment that they were no longer working for Musk.
So anyway, that's how things are currently going at Twitter and as the times for the social media site grow evermore turbulent things have got even worse.
Now someone has taken things a step further and started projecting messages onto the side of Twitter's HQ building.
The messages branded Musk a 'bankruptcy baby', 'supreme parasite' and 'petulant pimple', while also branding him things like a 'space Karen' and 'mediocre manchild'.
It's pretty safe to say that whoever's behind these messages isn't Musk's biggest fan as they've called him a 'megalomaniac' and a 'worthless billionaire' among plenty of other things.
These messages are following a trend established when the message 'Musk's hellscape' was projected onto the building with an arrow pointing at the Twitter sign.
The new messages are no longer just mocking Musk's decision to buy Twitter and criticising what he's doing with the streaming service, now they're going after the man himself.
There's nobody actually in the offices to do anything about the projected messages as Musk has shut them all down until next week.
While his first email to staff told them working from home was over, now the people who actually still work for Twitter can't get inside until Monday (21 November).
Twitter has not yet given a reason for this office closure, now it remains to be seen how many workers make it back in on Monday.
UNILAD has contacted Twitter for comment.