Netflix’s Reed Hastings on Elon Musk buying Twitter and helping the world – ‘He could have built a mile long…’ +2023

After Elon Musk took over the home of all the gossip and drama in the Hollywood industry, we’ve been faced with tons of changes. From paid Blue Tick and the Tesla owner cutting nearly half the workforce to handling almost the entire platform that parodies him, the businessman’s negative reviews have been piling up.

Not only users, but also business people have poked fun at how Musk has pointed out the problems Twitter has been facing since the acquisition. However, one of America’s biggest billionaires has spoken out in favor of Elon Musk.

Reed Hastings praises Elon Musk

If there’s one app that has mastered the art of service, it’s Netflix. The streaming platform knows how to deliver every month of the year and even every week of the month. Aside from beating everyone in the streaming sector, Netflix also remains relevant to other social media services through its releases. And much of the credit for making Netflix so big goes to Reed Hastings. At the New York Times Dealbook Summit, the business genius sat down to answer countless questions.

Netflix’s co-CEO not only gave details on what the future of the streaming service will hold, but also what he thinks of the whole Elon Musk ordeal. Similar to everything related to social media, opinions on Elon Musk’s takeover of the platform are again divided.

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But despite the narrative, all can agree that the Tesla owner took a major initiative to uphold freedom of speech. But contrary to the usual opinions of the businessman who believes Musk is bracing for disaster, Netflix’s co-CEO seems to think otherwise.

Despite the initial glitches, Mark Reed wholeheartedly believes Elon Musk knows what he’s doing. “Elon Musk is the bravest, most creative person on this planet,‘ Hastings said. However, the billionaire accepted that the way the Tesla owner does things is very unconventional and he definitely wouldn’t act that way. But that only helps ensure that Elon Musk isn’t afraid to be who he is. However, he is on the side that believes Elon Musk is a smart investor and didn’t buy Twitter just to see it emulated titanic.

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