'Our love will never die': Elon Musk 'giggles' after CBS News rejoins Twitter, hours after quitting

'This is not an airport, no need to announce your departure or arrival,' a user tweeted in response to CBS News returning to Twitter

'Our love will never die': Elon Musk 'giggles' after CBS News rejoins Twitter, hours after quitting
Elon Musk made fun of CBS News by sharing a meme (Google Play; elonmusk/Twitter)
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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: CBS News became a laughing stock recently after quitting Twitter only to rejoin it within hours. On Friday evening, November 18, Jonathan Vigliotti, CBS News national correspondent, shared, “In light of the uncertainty around Twitter and out of an abundance of caution, CBS News is pausing its activity on the social media site as it continues to monitor the platform.”

The official account of ​​KPIX, the CBS-owned station based in San Francisco, also tweeted, “In light of the uncertainty around Twitter and out of an abundance of caution, CBS News Bay Area is pausing its activity on the social media site as we continue to monitor the platform.” However, the boycott did not last long as less than 48 hours later, a new statement was issued by the company, as per Louder with Crowder.

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The latest announcement was “After pausing for much of the weekend to assess the security concerns, CBS News and Stations is resuming its activity on Twitter as we continue to monitor the situation,” giving everyone, including Elon Musk, a good laugh. First the Tesla CEO reacted with a giggle emoji. He then posted a photo from 'Brokeback Mountain' with a caption that read, “Our love will never die.”

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Others also joined the fun with a user writing, “This is not an airport, no need to announce your departure or arrival.” The second user said, “Translation: we messed up.  Please take us back. CBS sounds like a few exes I’ve had.” The third user commented, “After pausing for much of the weekend to see what the fallout would be, we are resuming activity as we continue to monitor whether we properly assessed any backlash. By waffling, we hope to stay on Twitter like we want to, but back out without repercussion if it looks bad.”

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“In other words: We did our virtue signaling... Now we have to continue because nobody cared,” a fourth one tweeted and a fifth one added, “Finally, they realized they can't be without Twitter. You can't leave what makes you breathe!!”

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Comedian Tim Young also laughed at CBS News as he exclaimed, “Oh look out everyone... @CBSNewsPress is monitoring the situation on Twitter now....” A person said, “If you need to tweet that you stopped using twitter. It shows how you wasn't missed.” “Well, it was nice to get a break from your misinformation for a couple of days,” another person sarcastically stated.

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A tweet read, “Reminds me of those people who said they were leaving Twitter immediately, but they were staying for a week more to say goodbye to everybody.” Another tweet read, “Talk about walking back a statement! I can't remember the last time the entire world laughed at CBS but I'll remember this one....”

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