Jack Dorsey stepped down on Monday from the post of CEO. And the grant tech Parag Agrawal from India took over. But what is his connection to Bollywood singer Shreya Ghoshal that is taking attention read to know?
After Jack Dorsey stepped down on Monday from the post of CEO. Parag Agrawal took over. He has an Indian origin and was announced as the new CEO of Twitter. However, the co-founder Jack Dorsey will be on Twitter’s board until his term expires in 2022. Expressing the happiness the new CEO took to his Twitter post to announce that how “honored and humbled” he felt. Also, he showed his gratitude towards Dorsey.
Not everyone knows that there were fewer than 1,000 employees when Agrawal joined Twitter. And now after he became CEO, it’s good for all the Indians. As another tech giant took over from India. Which in itself is a big achievement. But amid everything one thing that is grabbing everyone’s attention is his connection with the famous Bollywood singer Shreya Ghoshal. Yes, that’s right. As per the source, Agrawal and Ghoshal both are childhood friends. And we came to know this through their old Twitter exchanges and the photos. Which is now going viral. Also, Ghoshal’s husband Shiladitya Mukhopadhyaya, is close to him as he is also a technology executive
In fact, congratulating him for his achievement the singer took to her Twitter post and wrote congrats @paraga. So proud of you!! Big day for us, celebrating this news.’
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Right after Shreya tweeted one after the other the comments started pouring. And the platform was flooded with screengrabs of their old photos. Let us tell you that the conversations that were surfaced were of 2010.
Talking about Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, he also believes in Parag. And wrote I’m deeply grateful for his skill, heart, and soul. It’s his time to lead.” “My trust in him as CEO is bone-deep,” since his work in these 10 years was worth praising. And therefore.“I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders. He further said, “I want you all to know this was my decision and I own it.” For the unversed Dorsey founded the microblogging site in 2006 with the world’s first tweet: “Just setting up my twttr.”