Musk sink joke used by employee lawyer

A lawyer for former Twitter employees copied Elon Musk's sink joke as she warned the company is 'going down the drain'.

When Musk bought Twitter, he walked into the social media firm's HQ carrying a sink, saying: "let that sink in".

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