Elon Musk throws Chuck Norris meme at Twitter after it threatens legal fight

After Twitter hired a large New York-based law firm to sue Elon Musk over his decision to terminate a USD 44 billion deal, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX mocked the platform with a series of memes. According to The Hill, Twitter hired a large New York-based law company named Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz LLP as they are preparing to sue Musk.

Twitter will even file its lawsuit in Delaware which will take place next week. To this, Musk taunted the microblogging site with Chuck Norris meme as he warned Twitter of the consequences of taking him to the court. Elon Musk further stated to Twitter that ‘ taking him to court means tech firm has to disclose bot info after he terminated $44B deal due to lack of information.’ Also, Musk poked fun at Twitter for taking legal action also shared a picture of Chuck Norris at a chess board with one pawn confidently that is staring down a full set of black pieces. On the other side, he even pointed out that taking legal action against him will lead Twitter to disclose its spam bot details. Meanwhile, Musk is being represented by the law firm namely Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.

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