Elon Musk, the to-be Twitter owner, made a grand entry at the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco with a ceramic sink on Wednesday. He filmed his entry and posted it on Twitter with the caption: “Let that sink in”. 

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Twitter confirmed on October 4 that the billionaire would be buying the social media platform in a $44 billion deal. Musk recently confirmed that he will be finalising the Twitter deal by Friday, October 28. 

His announcement to finalise the Twitter deals means that he intends to abide by the Delaware court order which mandated that the deal be finalised by October 28. Bloomberg reported that Musk has finalised a $13 billion debt financing deal with multiple banks and they are currently in the process of completing the final documentation.

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Among Musk’s financer for the deal are equity investors Sequoia Capital, Binance, Qatar Investment Authority. A $7.1 billion investment will also be made by equity investors led by Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and Larry Ellison, the Oracle Corp. co-founder.

The recent video of him entering the Twitter headquarters is perhaps a bigger indication that the deal is going through as expected. In a strange but not unexpected turn of events, the billionaire owner of Tesla and SpaceX changed his Twitter bio to “Chief Twit”.

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A few hours before he entered the office with a sink, Musk wrote on Twitter that the platform is a “beautiful thing” because of how it can empower citizen journalism. He said that people on Twitter can “disseminate news” without an establishment bias.