Twitter Sued By San Francisco Landlord For Missing Rent As Troubles Pile Up

As if the new Twitter owner and current CEO, Elon Musk, didn’t have enough issues after laying off approximately three-quarters of the staff, facing a boycott from woke advertisers, and interference from the media and WEF, Musk’s latest foe is the landlord for the building that houses Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco. Twitter has been sued for failing to pay $136,250 in rent for its headquarters on the 30th floor of the Hartford Building.

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Musk Confirms That Twitter Interfered With U.S. Elections

In a series of Tweets Wednesday regarding a Reuters article in which Twitter’s former head of trust and safety said that the company is “not safer” with Elon Musk as the owner, a user tweeted, “Twitter has shown itself to be not safe for the past 10 years and has lost users’ trust. The past team of “trust and safety” is a disgrace, so it doesn’t have any right to judge what is being done now.” Musk replied to @EvaFoxU’s tweet, saying, “Exactly. The obvious reality, as long-time users know, is that Twitter has failed in trust & safety for a very long time and has interfered in elections.”

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