Kangana Ranaut, who was suspended from Twitter indefinitely earlier this year, said her goodbyes to outgoing CEO Jack Dorsey.
On Monday, actress Kangana Ranaut sent her goodbyes to outgoing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Kangana has had a rocky connection with the social networking platform, from which she was permanently suspended for persistently breaking its restrictions.
“Bye chacha Jack,” Kangana wrote on Instagram Stories after sharing a screenshot of a tweet announcing Dorsey’s resignation. IIT alum Parag Agrawal will take over as CEO in lieu of Dorsey, who is also a co-founder of the internet powerhouse.
Since October 2017, Agrawal has served as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Twitter, where he has been since 2011. “I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe it is time for the company to move on from its founders.” I have a lot of faith in Parag as Twitter’s CEO. His work has had a profound impact during the last ten years. I owe him a debt of gratitude for his talent, heart, and soul. In a statement announcing his retirement on Monday, Dorsey said, “It’s his time to lead.”
Kangana Ranaut was kicked off Twitter earlier this year for making provocative remarks in the aftermath of the West Bengal riots. “We’ve made clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behaviour that has the potential to lead to offline harm,” a Twitter representative said. Kangana’s account has been suspended for multiple violations, according to a Twitter spokesperson. For numerous violations of Twitter Rules, specifically our Hateful Conduct policy and Abusive Behaviour policy, the mentioned account has been permanently suspended.”
“Distressed, beyond words, death of democracy,” Kangana answered in a video on Instagram. Our government needs to hear this message.” In a statement to ANI after her suspension, the actor claimed racial bias. “They’re Americans, and by birth, a white person feels entitled to imprison a brown person; they want to teach you what to think, speak, and do.” Kangana stated, “I have various venues to raise my voice, including my own work in the form of cinema.” “My heart breaks for the people of this country who have been tortured, enslaved, and censored for thousands of years, and there is still no end to the pain,” she said.