Elon Musk changes Twitter bio to ‘Chief Twit’, takes a ‘sink’ to the Twitter headquarters 


Elon Musk tweeted a video of himself strolling into the Twitter headquarters holding a sink on the microblogging site on Wednesday, ahead of the $44 billion acquisition transaction. He also renamed himself "Chief Twit." He captioned the video of his visit, "Entering Twitter HQ - let it sink in!,” he stated he was attempting to sink in.

Elon Musk has informed co-investors who have agreed to helping fund his $44 billion Twitter takeover that he wants to seal the deal by Friday (October 28), according to sources familiar with the situation.

According to the story, equity investors such as Sequoia Capital, Binance, Qatar Investment Authority, and others have received the necessary papers for the finance commitment from Musk's lawyers, according to the source. Musk's decision is the clearest indication yet that he intends to meet a Delaware court judge's deadline of Friday to finalize the purchase.

According to Bloomberg News, the banks that agreed to fund Musk's takeover of Twitter have completed the final debt financing arrangement and are in the process of signing the relevant documents.

According to the article, Musk promised to conclude the purchase during a video conference call with bankers who are helping fund the transaction on Monday.