Henrik Fisker’s Twitter account deleted and Fisker Inc deletes tweets from this morning.
It appears Henrik Fisker’s Twitter account has either been suspended or deleted. It came as a surprise to us when we were scrolling through our Twitter feed moments ago. We saw a tweet from Henrik earlier today and now it is gone. All the tweets we referenced in this morning’s blog post about the Fisker Ocean arriving in Denmark are gone. They are nothing more than HTML text. This includes the tweet from the Fisker company account.
Twitter accepting Elon Musk’s offer
Did Henrik delete his account, because Twitter accepted Elon’s offer this afternoon to purchase the company? This would be a sad day for Fisker stakeholders if that is the case. Hopefully it was an accident or there is some other explanation.
BREAKING: Twitter announces it will go private after agreeing to deal with Elon Musk worth $44 billionhttps://t.co/u6uZuC2W1w— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) April 25, 2022
We’ve reached out to the company for comment
We will update this post if we hear back. In the meantime, we found this tweet on a Twitter archive site which appears to be Henrik’s last tweet before deleting his account.
If tweet is true, sad day to see Fisker delete his Twitter account presumably after Twitter accepts Elon Musk’s offer to buy the social media company ???? $FSR #Fisker #FiskerOcean #EVs #ElectricVehicles pic.twitter.com/UlgJqOl3lM— Fiskerati (@fiskeratiblog) April 25, 2022
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