At the beginning of April, it was announced that Musk, the richest man in the world and CEO of electric car manufacturer Tesla, has taken a stake of more than 9% in the social media company.
He instantly became Twitter’s largest shareholder. Twitter then offered him a seat on its board of directors. But Agrawal tweeted Monday morning (Dutch time) that Musk has indicated that he does not want to join the board of directors of the company. And the director himself added: “I think this is the best.”
Musk himself is a regular user of the online messaging service. He has a whopping 81 million followers. Only seven people have more on Twitter.