One of Twitter’s last remaining executives from before Elon Musk took over has resigned.

Previous executives at Twitter resigned before Elon Musk took over the company. The product head, Behnam Rezaei, who was one of the leaders who were not appointed by Elon Musk, resigned from his position.

He tweeted on Thursday that it was his last day and that he was very happy to have worked with all of his coworkers for almost 5.5 years.

He also thanked everyone who has worked with Twitter and built the core of the company over the last few years, despite the odds.

He joined Twitter as senior director of engineering in 2017 and was promoted to product engineering lead in 2022. He said that he was a member of Twitter for products and people working there, and they never failed to amaze me with their work and the products they introduced.

Mr. Rezaei was the last executive to leave the company after Elon Musk took over. After Elon Musk took over the company, many people lost their jobs. He began firing a large percentage of the company’s employees for no apparent reason, which was unacceptable. Despite firing 3700 people from twitter, Elon Musk stated that he had no other choice because the company was losing $4 million per day. Following these layoffs, many people began to resign, as Tesla Titan offered them the option of either pledging to “hardcore” work or parting ways with severance pay.

A number of people resigned, including Twitter’s head of safety Yoel Roth and chief security officer Lea Kissner. All of this had a significant impact on twitter’s revenue.

According to sources, advertising companies stopped marketing on their site due to the microblogging platform, citing “brand safety” concerns. Many controversies arose after Elon Musk took over the company, lowering Twitter’s reputation in the advertising world.

Many people working for them have reported that they are not paying severance fees to employees who were laid off during the mass layoff, and some of them have shared this on Twitter, with one tweeting that he had never seen a severance letter, let alone been offered severance after he was given the resignation.

To make up for the loss, the billionaire is also firing the janitors who irritated him, causing the staff to bring toilet paper for hygiene.