Musk tweeted on Tuesday that he would resign as CEO once he found someone foolish enough to take the job.
Two months after Musk took over the social network, he abruptly resigned. In his tenure, Twitter has faced lawsuits from former employees, massive layoffs, abrupt policy changes, a pullback in spending from advertisers
One of the most famous examples was Eli Lilly and Co.'s stock plummeting after a fake account tweeted, "We're thrilled to announce that insulin is now free."
Earlier this week, Musk suspended accounts for journalists from The New York Times, The Washington Post, and also from the CNN, who had been critically covering his leadership.
Over two dozen accounts on Twitter were also suspended for tracking private jets using publicly available flight information.
In a Los Angeles stalking case, Musk claimed the account provided "assassination coordinates" by tracking his private jet's movements.