Zuckerberg tweet to Elon Musk

First ‘playful’ tweet to Elon Musk in 11 years by Mark Zuckerberg

Last Updated: 6 July 2023By Tags: ,

After more than a decade, Mark Zuckerberg sent his first tweet, jokingly tease Elon Musk, on the day Facebook’s parent company, Meta, released the Threads app, a much-anticipated Twitter competitor.On Wednesday, Meta’s Instagram officially revealed Threads, the greatest competitor to Elon Musk’s faltering social networking platform. Just a few days after Musk challenged the inventor of Meta to a cage fight, Zuckerberg sent his first tweet since 2012.

Shortly after the “Threads Launch,” Zuckerberg tweeted a picture of Spider-Man. Look at the picture below.

Mark Zuckerberg's first tweet after over a decade.

Mark Zuckerberg’s first tweet after over a decade.

The first tweet from Mark Zuckerberg in almost a decade. Users of Instagram’s recently released Threads app may exchange text and links and participate in discussions by reacting to or reposting messages from other users. One notable feature of the app is that it makes it simple for users to transfer their current follower lists and account names from Instagram, Meta’s well-known picture and video-sharing platform with more than 2 billion users, including well-known companies, celebrities, and content producers.

Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, said on Threads that the app “should be a public chat app with over 1 billion users. That is the aim.
A text-based app is being requested from Instagram developers, according to Connor Hayes, Product Manager at Meta.Instagram and Facebook, which are owned by Meta, have garnered notoriety for successfully copying the goods of emerging online rivals. While Instagram’s Stories feature debuted in response to the popularity of Snap Inc.’s Snapchat, which offers disappearing postings, Reels was created as a direct competitor to the popular video app TikTok.

Prior versions of Meta’s applications have drawn journalists, politicians, and other well-known people to their platforms in an effort to offer other options and a competitive environment.