The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the popular microblogging company Twitter, Elon Musk, has changed the company’s logo from the “doge” meme back to its former classic blue bird logo.

The company also removed the “w” in the company’s name at its headquarters in San Francisco.

Confirming the changes, Musk on his Twitter account said he would like Twitter to be known as ‘Titter’.

He wrote, “Our landlord at SF HQ says we’re legally required to keep the sign as Twitter & cannot remove “w”, so we painted its background colour. Problem solved!

“This will be great for reducing impersonation risk. They tried to muffle our titter.”

Twitter’s blue bird was replaced by the Shiba Inu dog meme, which is also the logo of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, but it was observed that this change to Doge is only visible on the web version of Twitter and not on the Twitter app.

Musk had also tweeted a meme of a police officer checking a document, while Doge says it’s an old photo.

He also shared a screenshot of a conversation he had with a Twitter user before he took over the company, writing “as promised”. In the conversation, Musk asks if there is a need for a new platform, to which the user suggests that Musk should instead buy Twitter and replace the blue bird logo with a Doge.

Since taking over the social media giant last October, Elon Musk has implemented numerous changes. Twitter recently announced that it will discontinue its old verified programme on April 1, requiring users to pay $8 per month for the coveted blue checkmarks.


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