Elon Musk and Parag Agrawal: The dispute between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Twitter is heating up. Every day, new twists are observed in this case. Now a new report has surfaced in which it was said that before the Twitter deal was canceled, Elon Musk sent a threatening message to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal. If the reports are to be believed, then this message was sent on June 28th.
In this message, Elon Musk said that his company’s lawyers were trying to stir up trouble. Musk allegedly sent this message to Parag when Twitter lawyers requested financial information from which Twitter was to be acquired. This information was given by Twitter in the case filed against Musk.
‘Where are you going to bring $44 billion in funds from’
According to documents filed in the lawsuit, Elon Musk sent the same message to Twitter’s chief financial officer, Ned Segal. It said in that message that your attorney is using this conversation to stir up trouble. It must be stopped immediately. Musk is said to have sent this message when asked by Twitter lawyers where he would get the $44 billion from.
Signs of canceling the deal were also given earlier
Elon Musk’s decision to cancel the Twitter deal came as no surprise, but signs of canceling that deal had already been received. He had already tweeted that he was no longer interested in this deal. Earlier, Musk announced that he was holding that deal for a while. After that he threatened and said that twitter is not able to give the spam information correctly, they can also cancel the deal. After that, he canceled the contract.
Twitter serious about this deal, reached court
On the other hand, Twitter got serious about this deal and filed a lawsuit. Twitter was in no mood to let go so easily. Twitter knocked on the door of the law for breaking the agreement. According to media reports, in the event that Twitter did, it was argued that Elon Musk was obligated to make this deal. Never mind that he publicly stated that he was not interested in the case.