Elon Musk asked to buy YouTube by Netizens in response to Scam ads

Elon Musk has been asked to buy YouTube by the Twitter users in response to ad complaints.

Musk slammed YouTube for having “constant scam ads.” The Tesla CEO later tweeted a meme mocking YouTube and accusing it of focusing on swearing rather than illegal advertisements.

The last time he did something like this, the Twitter deal became public knowledge. So, this time, Twitter users have made their demands in advance, requesting that the billionaire should buy YouTube.

Mr Musk recently threatened to walk away from his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter if the social media network fails to provide data on spam and fake accounts.

According to a letter sent by Musk to the company, Twitter was in “clear material breach” of its obligations, and Musk reserves all rights to terminate the merger agreement.

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