Many users are already lamenting the platform’s extinction due to the instability that has ensued since Elon Musk took control of it.
According to Jordan Parker Erb, it’s not completely dead yet and probably never will be. Instead, the following would take place: Insiders and experts warned Kali Hays that a collapse of the website is likely to occur soon due to the fact that there is now significantly fewer personnel than in the past and that there are more users than ever. However, that malfunction does not imply that Twitter will suddenly go dark. Instead, technical problems are bound to arise, maybe in the form of minor problems or hiccups that worsen until the site is actually unusable. At that point, Matt Weinberger says, unreliability might drive people away in large numbers. In that final, blazing eruption that some users appear to be anticipating, Twitter would cease to exist, lingering but never truly dying. Simply put, Twitter is more likely to have its “flop age” than it is to completely implode.