Elon Musk has reached an agreement to purchase Twitter for the price of $44 billion.

It didn't take long for Musk to express concerns about the deal.

He openly questioned the platform's bot and spam account count.

He claimed it was greater than the 5% indicated by Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal.

He indicated earlier this summer that he intended to "terminate" the merger agreement.

Musk filed a countersuit after Twitter fired back with a lawsuit.

In order to have a court decide the matter, a trial date was scheduled for later this month in Delaware Chancery Court.

Musk, however, made a change of heart known on Tuesday.

Only a few days before he was supposed to be deposed, he consented to buy the business for the original asking price.