Menu Close

November 6, 2023

The Tesla CEO Compares Mark Zuckerberg’s Instagram to OnlyFans

Mark Zuckerberg’s social media platform, Instagram, is equated with the adult-content website OnlyFans by Elon Musk.

Big tech tycoons Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are at it again! cb_doge posted a tweet on X (formerly known as Twitter) that started it all.

According to Zuckerberg, Instagram is like a platform called OnlyFans. You may have heard of OnlyFans, but it’s a subscription-based service popular in the UK. You might have heard of OnlyFans, a subscription-based service used mainly by adult content creators in the UK.

Mark Zuckerberg’s social media empire has been a beef of Elon Musk’s for a long time. When Zuckerberg announced Threads, a new social network, things heated up.

Threads were supposed to compete with Twitter, especially for people who miss ‘old Twitter,’ aka Twitter, before Musk took over. People can share text and links on Threads and interact with each other.

You could bring over your followers from Instagram, which is part of Meta, an app with over 2 billion users that includes celebrities, brands, and content creators.

According to Mark Zuckerberg’s post on his Threads account, Threads got off to a roaring start with more than 10 million sign-ups in just seven hours.

Musk got upset in July when Threads hired some Twitter employees who were let go. A few months ago, Musk apologized for firing these employees, who he claims support free speech.

Meta Platforms (the parent company of Facebook) was threatened with a lawsuit by Twitter’s lawyer, Alex Spiro. Meta hired many former Twitter employees to make a copycat app, Spiro alleged.

Facebook’s name was recently changed to “Facebook” by Musk. Among his unconventional proposals, Musk once offered to buy Wikipedia for $1 billion if they renamed themselves “Dickipedia.”

He doesn’t have a severe reason for wanting Facebook to change its name, but he’s criticized it for handling user data and spreading false information.

Musk may be trolling Zuckerberg or making a point about the need for social media companies to be more transparent and accountable in their business practices.

Musk’s offer has yet to be accepted by Zuckerberg, but he is unlikely to do so. Even for $1 billion, Zuckerberg’s Facebook brand is too valuable to give up.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles