Elon Musk changes Twitter’s blue bird logo with ‘Doge’ Meme: Here’s how twitterati reacts

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Elon Musk changes Twitter's blue bird logo with 'Doge' Meme: Here's how twitterati reacts
Elon Musk changes Twitter's blue bird logo with 'Doge' Meme: Here's how twitterati reacts

Musk’s decision to replace the Twitter logo with the Doge meme was not entirely unexpected. He has a long history of using social media to promote his various ventures and share his love for memes.

Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur and CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, has once again made headlines, this time for his antics on Twitter. In a move that surprised many, Musk replaced Twitter’s iconic blue bird logo with a picture of a Shiba Inu dog, which is the face of the popular “Doge” meme.

he news of Musk’s latest stunt quickly spread across the internet, and the micro blogging site was flooded with reactions from users all around the world. Many were amused by Musk’s sense of humor and praised him for his ability to keep things interesting. Others, however, criticized him for being unprofessional and trivializing Twitter’s brand.

Musk’s decision to replace the micro blogging site logo with the Doge meme was not entirely unexpected. He has a long history of using social media to promote his various ventures and share his love for memes. In fact, he is often credited with popularizing the Doge meme in the first place, after tweeting about it back in 2013.

Despite the mixed reactions, one thing is clear: Elon Musk knows how to get people talking. He has built a massive following on micro blogging site by sharing his thoughts, ideas, and opinions with the world. And while some may find his antics on the platform to be silly or unprofessional, others see them as a refreshing break from the usual corporate PR-speak.
In response to the news of the Doge logo, micro blogging site CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted a simple double eye emoji, which many took as a sign of approval. Dorsey and Musk have a history of collaborating on various projects, and it seems that the Twitter CEO is not opposed to Musk’s latest stunt.

After such change some praised Musk for his sense of humor and ability to keep things interesting, while others criticized him for being immature and unprofessional. Many, however, simply found the whole thing amusing and enjoyed the brief distraction from the usual news cycle.

It remains to be seen whether Musk’s Doge logo will remain on micro blogging site for the long term, or if it was just a temporary stunt. Either way, it’s clear that Elon Musk will continue to be a major presence on social media, using his platform to promote his various ventures and share his thoughts and ideas with the world.

The internet exploded with reactions to the news, with many micro blogging site users expressing their amusement and surprise at Musk’s latest stunt. Some praised him for his sense of humor, while others criticized him for trivializing his brand.

Here are some of the reactions:

Despite the mixed reactions, one thing is clear: Elon Musk is not afraid to push boundaries and do things his own way. Whether you love him or hate him, there’s no denying that he’s one of the most interesting and influential figures in the world of business today.

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