Social media posts of the protests that began after the murder of US President Donald Trump’s George Floyd have attracted a lot of reaction. Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s attitude towards these shares of Trump lost $ 7 billion.
Anti-racist protests spread across the country after the death of black citizen George Floyd, who was breathless due to police violence in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Trump’s attitude towards this situation caused the protesters to get angry and the streets to be burned down.
In the face of escalating violence, Twitter had restricted the sharing of a head of state for the first time in history on the grounds that it “contained violence,” after President Trump said on his social media account, “if the looting starts, we will open fire.”
With this reaction of Twitter, the eyes were turned to Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. However, Facebook CEO Zuckerberg noted that Trump’s post did not violate Facebook’s rules, that’s why did not limit it or did not delete it. On this attitude of Zuckerberg, the employees quit one by one.
Another reaction came from companies. Dozens of companies withdrew Facebook ads after Trump’s post was not deleted. This reaction burst into Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
According to the news compiled by NTV, Facebook’s shares fell by 8.3 percent, and Zuckerberg’s wealth decreased by $ 7.2 billion, and its total wealth fell to $ 82.9 billion.
It was also stated that Zuckerberg, who remained unresponsive to Trump’s violent sharing, dropped to 4th place in the list of the richest people in the world.