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SpaceX fired him for speaking out against Elon Musk, alleges former employees

Elon Musk is currently looking for a new Twitter CEO.

Elon Musk has been in constant headlines since buying micro-blogging site Twitter and firing staff one by one. On many social media platforms, fired staff and officers have opened a front against Musk. Meanwhile, 8 former employees of Musk’s company ‘SpaceX’ have alleged that they were fired by the company just because they spoke against Elon Musk.

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SpaceX employees said on Thursday that they were all part of a group that drafted a plan to criticize Elon Musk in June.

The news agency Reuters reported in a report in June that SpaceX has fired at least 5 employees because they were involved in preparing the draft against Elon Musk.

The charges, filed with the National Labor Relations Board, allege that the owner of Starlink broadband service fired five employees the day after the draft was published. While four others lost their jobs after two months.

Removed the one who said “Musk doesn’t know anything”
Recently, another engineer Ben Leib has also been fired on Twitter, because he criticized Elon Musk. Ben Leeb retweeted the same technical post from Musk, writing, “As the former tech lead for timeline infrastructure at Twitter, I can confidently say this guy has no idea what he’s talking about.” doing.” Leib, who worked at Twitter for a decade, confirmed to Bloomberg that he was fired on Sunday.

Elon Musk is currently looking for a new Twitter CEO. Because he has said that he does not want to be the CEO of any of his companies.

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