Internet loses it as Twitter HQ lit up with anti-Elon Musk messages: 'Free speech is literally on here'

The anti-Elon Musk messages that were displayed were ‘Musk’s hellscape,’ ‘#StopToxicTwitter,’ ‘Elon Musk, STFU,’ ‘Proof Elon an idiot,’ among others

Internet loses it as Twitter HQ lit up with anti-Elon Musk messages: 'Free speech is literally on here'
Twitter HQ displayed anti-Elon Musk messages on November 17 (@Gia_Vang/Twitter and Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: On Thursday, November 17, Twitter headquarter was lit with multiple anti-Elon Musk messages like ‘Musk’s hellscape,’ ‘#StopToxicTwitter,’ ‘Elon Musk, STFU,’ ‘Proof Elon an idiot,’ among others. Following this, the Internet was left in splits with one commenting along with a laughing emoji, “Triggered."

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The pictures were posted by NBC Bay Area reporter Gia Vang, with the handle name @Gia_Vang. "Someone is projecting multiple messages onto Twitter headquarters building in SF from a neighboring building," Vang wrote. In a follow-up tweet, she shared more pictures and later wrote, "This is being projected by someone across the street who calls himself a projection activist." Within seconds, it grabbed the attention of netizens leaving the pictures with over 10K likes and almost 5K retweets.

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One of many commented saying, "This is ALL of the #EPIC :) all of it :) LMAO!!" Another tweeted, "Omg this is so awesome." One more said, "Creativity knows no bounds."


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A few shared videos of projected text scroll on Twitter HQ. One said, "Not sure which is my favorite, mediocre man-child or worthless billionaire? Probably worthless billionaire because it’s so descriptive and is easy to guess who vs a phrase that can describe many." An individual commented, "free speech is literally on twitter." One wrote, "Non-destructive, techie ‘graffiti’. I dig it."

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The thread continued with tweets that read, "Haters gona hate," "Brilliant," "A hero steps forward" and so on. One jokingly said, "Should turn the lights off to cut extra cost," while another said, "Lol could’ve been worse at least they made it the right color."

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