Elon Musk, the owner of the social media platform formerly called Twitter, has said that the entire platform could fail under his command.
The owner of X has admitted what many users have suspected: the entire social media platform could fail under his command. This admission came after a glitch riddled the platform last weekend that resulted in images and links posted before December 2014 to magically disapear. The Verge reported that X was having trouble displaying any hyperlinks that were converted through Twitter's built-in URL shortener. The publication confirmed that this glitch didn't affect videos.
The problem was discussed by the X Support account, which wrote, "We fixed the bug, and the issue will be fully resolved in the coming days. The glitch claimed one of the most famous tweets ever, the selfie snapped by Ellen DeGeneres that features a slew of stars such as Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Lawrence, and more. Musk took to his personal X account for the rare admission, saying there are no great "social networks' right now, and that there is a real possibility that X may fail like many social media platforms before it.
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