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Viral photo shows ‘before’ and ‘after’ Elon Musk took over Twitter; check reactions

Things haven’t been great on Twitter since billionaire Elon Musk took over the social media giant and additionally made several major changes to how it works. After introducing several major changes to the platform, Twit’s new chief began by laying off almost 50% of all of his employees, followed by mass resignations, in line with Musk’s ultimatum for a “workplace environment.” hard work”. The situation has been quite chaotic for a few weeks now. While employees in almost all departments have been laid off, this has now given rise to another worrying situation, namely a decline in the female workforce.

The drastic reduction in the number of female employees also caught the internet’s attention, thanks to a new social media post, and prompted multiple reactions from netizens. Notably, this case came to light recently after a user named Lauren Chen recently took to Twitter and shared two photos comparing the social media company’s workforce, before and after Musk took office.


While the first image shows a decent number of employees with both men and women in healthy numbers, the second image barely shows 2-3 female employees among the group of several male employees. Musk was also posing in the second photo.

Well, the user didn’t specify the exact thing, social media users were too quick to spot the difference and quickly took to the comments section to share their reactions. One user wrote: “Thought it didn’t exist anymore. Really…no women there,” while another user commented, “Tell me you support patriarchy without telling me you support patriarchy.

Check out some reactions:

In the meantime, the post of course went viral and amassed several likes and comments. It’s pertinent to note that the second photo was shared by Elon Musk himself a few days ago while attending the company’s “code review” meeting.


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