Twitter is facing a lawsuit over unpaid rent after acquiring Elon Musk

The list of things currently going wrong for the eccentric billionaire Elon Musk and his odd passion project, running Twitter never ends, with a lawsuit against Twitter over unpaid rent.

While some entries on the What Went Wrong list at least appear like normal business affairs, it’s difficult to get past a seemingly reputable company with a billionaire who can’t pay his rent. Corresponding The guardMusk’s company was served on non-payment of rent at one of his San Francisco offices (not Twitter headquarters).

The lawsuit alleges that Twitter owes the site’s landlord $136,260 for failing to pay on time, even after warning of its delay and receiving a five-day warning in mid-December. Land company Columbia REIT 650 California LLC is demanding full repayment of rent and legal fees, which continues to paint a picture of utter mismanagement.

Twitter has seen extreme cost-cutting measures under Musk, with him far more concerned with placating internet liberals than he cares about running a successful business. Notorious for laying off most of his staff, he also finds himself in the absurd position of not having a PR team to respond to reports of problems.

Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco are also a headache for the company The New York Times previously claimed Twitter is also behind on rent for its shiny headquarters. Every previous image of Twitter as a tech haven full of new ideas and progressive concepts has been completely debunked, with the last two months proving to be more of a funeral than a marriage for Musk and tech.

But hey, at least now you can pay to have a little blue tick next to your name!

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Lindsay Lowe

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