Elon Musk said that if Twitter Inc. could provide a way to sample 100 accounts and how to verify that the accounts were genuine, the $44 billion deal to acquire the company should go on its original terms.
“But if their SEC filings turn out to be materially false, they shouldn’t,” Musk tweeted earlier on Saturday.
In response to a Twitter user asking if the US SEC was investigating the company’s “suspicious allegations,” Musk tweeted, “Good question, why not?”
Twitter declined to comment on the tweet when contacted. Reuters.
On Thursday, Twitter dismissed Musk’s allegations that he had cheated to sign a deal to acquire the social media company.
“According to multi-company billionaire Musk, on the advice of a Wall Street banker and a lawyer, Musk signed a $44 billion merger agreement by Twitter. The story is not as true as it sounds and it is not plausible.
Musk filed a legal action against a social media company on July 29 to withdraw from a $44 billion purchase from Twitter.
Musk Says Twitter Transactions Should Go On If They Provide Proof Of Real Accounts – SABC News
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