“I’ve been watching ‘The View’ for years and it seems to be the same tired argument over and over again,” Musk said in a statement. “I’m tired of this and I’m tired of the lack of progress in the daytime talk show world.”
The firing of the cast, which includes Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, and Meghan McCain, has been met with both shock and praise from fans and critics alike.
“I’m thrilled that Elon Musk is shaking things up,” said one fan. “It’s about time someone came along and breathed new life into the talk show world.”
However, not everyone is as thrilled about the changes. Fired artists have expressed disappointment and anger over the situation, with many expressing their dismay on social media.
“It’s an outrage,” said one fired cast member. “Elon Musk has no right to come in and fire us because he doesn’t like our opinion. This is a clear attack on free speech.
Despite the backlash, Musk stood by his decision, saying he planned to bring in a new, more innovative cast that would “move the needle” in the world of daytime television.
“I’m not afraid to shake things up and take bold steps,” he said. “I am confident that my vision for ‘The View’ will be a huge success and will revolutionize the world of talk shows.”
Only time will tell what the future holds for “The View,” but one thing is certain: It will never happen again.