Elon Musk, not happy. In Twitter lingo, this is called “making ratio”. That is, replying to a post and getting more likes than the original post. Frenchman Arkunir, who has more than 550,000 Twitter followers, is more of a specialist in the field. After obtaining a burger with his image at Burger King by making 100,000 retweets on one of his publications, the twittos attacks the new boss of Twitter: Elon Musk. And with a community of 114 million subscribers, it was not a foregone conclusion. And yet. In one of his tweets, the billionaire bragged about being the “master of provocation”, asking the following question: “What do you call someone who is a master of provocation?” To which Arkunir replies in a tweet: “I don’t know but call this ratio”. In less than an hour, the tweet gets a higher number of likes than the message posted by the CEO of Tesla. Ratio accomplished. Stung in his ego, Elon Musk ended up deleting his message.
In July 2021, the 20-year-old Frenchman attacked President Emmanuel Macron, once again successfully. A feat noticed by Twitter, which had, following this event, decided to subscribe to Arkunir, making him the only Twitter user to be followed by the company’s official account.