“Pride, honor and mission accomplished. Goodbye #twitterfrance. What an adventure ! Which team ! What encounters! he just tweeted.
His previous message dated back to November 4 when Twitter, acquired by Elon Musk shortly before, began a global wave of layoffs. “All my thoughts, my respect, my energy and my love to the tweeps (nickname of Twitter employees, editor’s note) around the world today. We have built together the most incredible application on the planet,” he wrote.
This departure comes as the future of the social network at the blue bird seems very uncertain after a week as turbulent as the previous ones, between new bleeding of the workforce and restoration of Donald Trump’s account, a source of controversy.