Twitter Employees Asked To Leave Singapore Office Over Non-Payment Of Rent

Twitter Employees Asked To Leave Singapore Office Over Non-Payment Of Rent

A lot has been happening at Twitter since the chaotic takeover of the company by tech billionaire Elon Musk. In a latest, employees of Twitter’s Singapore office were forced to walk out of the office due to non-payment of office rent. Musk is closing many international Twitter offices, in a bid to cut costs and now, Twitter employees at its Singapore office were told to empty out their desks and vacate the premises, said a report by news agency Bloomberg, citing familiar with the situation.

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The micro-blogging site’s employees were informed via email that they had to resume their work remotely and vacate the CapitaGreen building. Singapore-based Twitter staffers have now been reassigned as remote workers in the company’s internal system until further notice, the Bloomberg report added.

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According to Platformer News’ Casey Newton, Twitter staffers were walked out of their Singapore office by landlords as Musk failed to pay the rent of the office space.

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To recall, Twitter was sued earlier this month for failing to pay $136,250 in rent for its office space in San Francisco amid new chief Musk’s struggle to cut losses. The landlord, Columbia Reit – 650 California LLC claimed that it notified Twitter on December 16 that it would be in default on its lease for the 30th floor of the Hartford Building in five days unless the rent was paid, Bloomberg had reported.

Earlier, the New York Times also reported about the non-payment of rent stating that the micro-blogging platform hasn’t paid rent on its headquarters or any of its other global offices in weeks. 

In fact, the company was also sued earlier last month for denial of payment for two charter flights taken by former chief marketing officer Leslie Berland as Musk was preparing to close his $44 billion acquisition of the social media platform.

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