Elon Musk arrives at Twitter headquarters carrying a sink (+VIDEO)

In a surprise first visit to Twitter headquarters, the billionaire decided to bring a sink to the amazement of hundreds of company employees.

Through social networks, the billionaire Elon Musk shared a video laughing as he dragged a sink into the lobby of Twitter headquarters in San Franciscotwo days before the court-ordered deadline to close a $44 billion deal to buy Twitter or face a lawsuit. Earlier in the day, the Tesla boss changed his Twitter bio to “Chief Tweet”.

“Break into Twitter headquarters, sink it!” Musk tweeted along with the nine-second video he posted

Later, in a memo to employees, Twitter’s chief marketing officerLeslie Berlandrevealed that Musk would be at company headquarters all week.. Musk is also expected to personally address employees on Friday.

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“Elon is in the SF office this week meeting with people, walking the halls, and continuing to immerse himself in the important work you all do,” Berland wrote in the memo, according to Bloomberg. “For everyone else, this is just the beginning of many meetings and conversations with Elon, and everyone will hear directly from him on Friday.”

Representatives for Musk and Twitter are working to finalize the terms of the transaction before a Friday deadline at 5 p.m. ET.

According to a finalized deal it would mark the end of a months-long saga in which Musk agreed to buy Twitter for $54.20 per share and then changed his mind due to concerns about spam bots, only to reverse course again and say he would proceed on the original terms.

The billionaire reportedly told his co-investors and bankers earlier this week that intends to close its Twitter acquisition by the end of the week.

Musk’s co-investors, including the Oracle co-founder, Larry Ellisonand the Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal, they’re putting up $7.1 billion toward the purchase price. Meanwhile, banks like Morgan Stanley Y Bank of America they have committed $13 billion in debt financing for the deal.

The billionaire has pledged to lead a review on Twitter with an emphasis on freedom of expression. Musk has also hinted that his Twitter acquisition will facilitate his plans to create a “super app” called X, with functionality likely similar to the China-based WeChat app.

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