Musk says he won't buy Twitter unless there's more clarity about spam accounts.

One out of every five Twitter accounts, according to Elon Musk, is spam.

"Yesterday, Twitter's CEO publicly refused to show proof of <5%," Musk fumed on Twitter.

His $44 billion Twitter purchase was put on hold "temporarily" due to concerns over Twitter's estimations of the number of bogus accounts.

Twitter's CEO clarified the platform suspends more than 500,000 fake accounts every day.

After CEO's clarification, Musk hit out with a poop emoji and questioned advertisers' value of money on the platform.

Elon Musk hints a forceful suggestion to buy Twitter for a lesser price during the bot row.

Amid a war of words, Twitter's stock dropped a little more than 8% to $37.3 on Monday.

Today Elon Musk warns his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter "cannot move forward" until he gets more details about the spam accounts.

If Musk does not finish the deal, he is forced to pay a $1 billion breakup fee, but Twitter can sue for "particular performance."

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