Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, who has held the role only since November, may not be in the top job much longer after the company agreed to sell itself to Elon Musk.
While it's not clear exactly what kind of relationship Musk has with Agrawal, Musk does have what appears to be a long-running bromance with Twitter cofounder and former CEO Jack Dorsey (over the weekend, Musk tweeted at Dorsey complimenting his new "Block Head" title at his financial services firm, Block). And after it was announced that Agrawal would take over Twitter's CEO role from Dorsey in November, Musk tweeted a meme that equated Agrawal to former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
Musk also said in his offer letter to buy Twitter that he does not "have confidence in management."
Musk is already the CEO of multiple other companies, including Tesla and SpaceX, so he may not want to be in charge of running another one (and Tesla shareholders might object to him taking over the top job at Twitter). But given his stated desire to shake up the platform, it's possible he will seek to appoint a new leader at the social media company, even if it's not him.