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Just how long will Elon Musk’s Twitter hiatus actually last?

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The SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, whose tweets have impacted the stock market over the past week, tells his 44.8 million followers he’s stepping away from the platform “for a while.”

In a terse message, Musk says he’s “off Twitter for a while.” Billionaire tech mogul did not give a reason for his decision to leave the platform nor an indication of how long the break will last.

This isn’t the first time Musk has taken a break from the platform that has previously gotten him into trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission, having used the exact same phrasing on Jun. 2, 2020. His Twitter break then lasted nearly three weeks. In 2019, he said he was quitting the social media site only to return three days later.

In recent weeks, Musk has changed his profile to simply “#bitcoin” and commented on the rally in GameStop, jokingly calling it “GameStonk.”

Musk, the wealthiest person in the world, often makes news when he tweets, sometimes to his own detriment. He obviously loves to tweet, which leads the average person to ask an obvious question: Just how long will Musk’s Twitter hiatus actually last?

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