Hundreds of workers in Twitter's advertising, trust and safety, and monetisation departments were laid off two weeks ago, and layoffs in Singapore and Australia occurred just last week.
The process for vacating offices was initiated in December last year, according to reports citing sources.
To which Musk replied: "Twitter isn't secure yet, just not in the fast lane to bankruptcy. Still much work to do".
Elon Musk blamed bots for his poll and said that going forward, only Blue subscribers will be able to participate in polls organised by him.
More than a week after being suspended from the micro-blogging platform, the account which used to track Twitter CEO Elon Musk's private jet is back on the platform, but will show information with 24 hours delay.
"I will resign as CEO as soon as I find someone foolish enough to take the job! After that, I will just run the software & servers teams," he tweeted Tuesday.
The report came as Musk said that the US government "paid Twitter millions of dollars to censor info from the public".
Musk started a poll asking users if he should quit as Twitter head and also assured that he will abide by the poll results.
Musk later tweeted, "As the saying goes, be careful what you wish, as you might get it."
Twitter’s Community Notes feature uses a community-based method to assist in highlighting and correcting false information on the network.
The Blue subscription service with verification costs $8 for Android users and $11 for iPhone owners per month.
Twitter on Sunday started to roll out 'Community Notes' to all users globally.
Those who subscribe will get Edit Tweet, 1080p video uploads, reader mode, and a blue checkmark.
Elon Musk began counting down the minutes on Friday evening, not for a SpaceX launch, but for a Twitter expose dubbed Twitter Files.
Musk tweeted a link to the account of independent journalist and author Matt Taibbi, who posted a series of tweets revealing the Twitter Files.