For him it never ends.
Musk (Photo: GettyImages, Win McNamee)
After last weekend many employees resigned from Twitter following Elon Musk's ultimatum email, the business seemed to be back on track.
Twitter, contrary to fears, was not shut down and even flourished with excessive traffic of surfers.
Musk himself was satisfied and promised that the layoffs are behind him - but when Musk promises, he doesn't necessarily keep it.
On Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, the boss fired dozens more employees, most of them engineers.
Twitter received this as a complete surprise, as the employees who pledged to "work hard" according to the Musk doctrine were sure that their jobs were now safe.
Those fired were told they were being forced to leave "due to poor performance" and would receive a month's salary as compensation.
The way everything was done was similar - disconnecting the employees from all the company's computers, disabling their cards and basically metaphorically kicking them out of the Twitter doors in a bad way.
Bad winds are also blowing from Europe.
Twitter is closing its offices in Brussels.
It is estimated that the network will not be able to meet the requirements of the European Union to prevent the spread of hate speech and therefore will not be able to operate from the continent.
Meanwhile, criticism against Musk is growing, since Twitter reinstated a number of tweeters known for spreading fake news, while at the same time blocking leading tweeters fighting against the false distribution of content.