“Keep trollin’, trollin’, trollin’, (uh!)”
Last weekend, Twitter CEO Elon Musk polled users about whether he should step down. Here’s how that went.
To the Internet’s collective delight, the lone remaining beloved social media mogul Tom Anderson, aka MySpace Tom, chimed in. But another 2000’s-era figure has stepped up to vounteer his services in Twitter’s name. Another man for whom nostalgia for better days has rejuvenated his public profile.
I’m not entirely sure what Limp Bizkit and Fred Durst can bring to the Twitter table. I guess only time will tell. What I am sure of, though, is that this guy’s take WINS.