Elon Musk Changes “Twitter” Signage To “Titter” At Its San Francisco Head Office

Elon Musk Changes
Elon Musk Changes "Twitter" Signage To "Titter" At Its San Francisco Head Office

Twitter Ceo, Elon Musk has been in the news late for so many things ever since he took over the social media platform Twitter and since there, the billionaire CEO has altered several things which have caused a stir and confusion.

According to a tweet on Sunday, which was shared by Elon Musk. The Ceo posted a picture of the Twitter sign at the San Francisco HQ, which the W was painted over in white which made it blend to the background color of the sign.

Musk added the caption “Our landlord at SF HQ says we’re legally required to keep sign as Twitter & cannot remove ‘w’, so we painted it background color. Problem solved!”.

“—Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 10, 2023”

This move which looks like Elon Musk wants to change the Twitter name to “Titter” has since caught on with several Twitter users who have also uploaded photos of the building.

On Thursday, William LeGate, an entrepreneur and programmer also tweeted a picture of the sign with the W blurred out.

LeeGate captioned it ” Elon Musk, in a remarkable show of maturity, has removed the W from Twitter’s logo outside their San Francisco HQ,”

“—LeGate (@williamlegate) April 6, 2023”.

This building’s landlord, SRI Nine Market Square LLC, has not responded to the query on why the initial changes were not accepted and whether the new changes on the signage would be allowed.

Some of the other changes which the billionaire CEO has made to the company’s office in San Francisco since he took over Twitter include selling off hundreds of things from the office to increase income, he also cut janitorial services at the headquarters, which caused employees to come with their own toilet paper to the office.

The disagreements over the Twitter sign is just one of the latest moves in the longstanding battle between Elon Musk and the building’s landlord. The Landlord which has also sued the billionaire CEO in January over unpaid rent of roughly $3.4 million a month in December.

Elon Musk also recently changes the Twitter “bird” logo to Shiba Inu or Doge meme, which caused a 20% increase in the price of the cryptocurrency coin called Dogecoin.