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Will “YouTube” Be The Next Purchase Of Elon Musk? – Elon Musk Himself Provides Hint

On Tuesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk complained about the ads on YouTube and followed up with a meme on the policy of the streaming platform. After this the internet users seemingly wanted him to buy the streaming platform, some being serious and some did it jokingly.

The last time when Elon Musk expressed resentment on a social media stage, there was a deal of Twitter for him. Hence his followers are making a demand in advance to him. It is mostly known to everyone that what is just a joke and what it is to turn a deal into billions of dollars.


Case in Point

Elon Musk on Tuesday tweeted about the video streaming platform YouTube stating it was a scam platform. He said, “YouTube seems to be nonstop scam ads”. The statement was followed by a meme on YouTube’s policy for users which quoted “obvious scam ads all over their site”. After this, the public said him to buy the platform and make some changes to it too. Notwithstanding the response, he made no gestures and did not show any kind of interest in buying YouTube.


Recently, his contract with Twitter is also on the jittery ground. He threatened Twitter on Monday about breaking the agreement accusing that the platform could not provide perfect data about fake and spam accounts. In the letter, Musk wrote to Twitter it was stated that the company is “actively resisting and thwarting his information rights”.

According to the research of Omnicore, more than 120 million active users on YouTube devour more than a billion hours of video daily. This is the reason why YouTube is the “most widely” used video streaming platform and also one of the search engines all around the globe.


According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, the original formula of Coca-Cola had traces of cocaine which was removed in 1929 during the US Prohibition Period. But recently in a tweet of Elon Musk, it is seen that he is showing interest in buying Coca-Cola company to put back the cocaine in it.
Not on a serious note, buying things for Elon Musk is a “thing” on Twitter.

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