You'll Never Believe Which Rapper Helped Elon Musk Buy Twitter

You'd have to be living under a rock to have missed the news that Elon Musk purchased famed social media platform, Twitter, for a whopping $44 billion. The deal closed in recent weeks with Elon shamelessly making enormous changes to the platform and those working to ensure the platform operated smoothly each day. Of the 7,500 Twitter employees, the company has informed them that nearly 3,700 of them can expect to lose their positions.

It seems Musk has quite the vision for Twitter even if users, as of now, do not see what that vision may be and the questions continue to mound. However, you may be surprised to know of a familiar face that HELPED Elon make the historic purchase. That's right, Diddy is among the investors who jumped on the Elon/Twitter train to help make this acquisition possible.

According to TMZ, Diddy submitted an 8-figure investment, reportedly worth around $10 million. TMZ also reports that as part of the agreement, Diddy's "strategy always revolves around having a seat at the table to represent."

Among Diddy, other investors involved in Elon's massive purchase were original Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey AND Saudi Arabian prince, Alwaleed bin Talal.

Are you surprised to hear that Diddy jumped on board with Elon's Twitter Takeover, and are you excited for the future of the app?

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