Elon Musk on Monday used Twitter to voice his complaints in regards to Apple.

In a series of tweets, Musk claims Apple had pulled advertising from his site and threatened to remove Twitter from its App Store. Musk didn’t provide details about what elements of advertising Apple had reduced, nor why it might be considering no longer allowing Twitter on its App Store. Some prominent Apple bloggers noted that ads from the iPhone maker had appeared on Twitter next to his tweets complaining about the company’s advertising.

Regardless, Musk tagged Apple CEO Tim Cook in a tweet asking for a response to his complaints. Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Twitter, which no longer appears to have a PR department, also didn’t respond to requests for additional information.

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