The man who couldn’t stop giving news. That’s Elon Musk, the president of Tesla and owner of Twitter (he wants us to call him, “X or whatever he’s called now”), who doesn’t go a day without showing more and more that he’s a rich kid few understand how he managed to build an empire. Lots of cybertruck, but this weekend, once again, he became the mockery of his own social network after making a huge blunder in a very strange interview.
Of all my friends, you’re the only one
Musk gave an hour and a half interview at the Dealbook Congress where, supposedly, he was going to talk about his Cybertruck. However, all he managed to say was that the product’s market release would be “the biggest launch of anything on Earth this year.” Shortly after, Tesla representatives clarified that the launch would consist of… ten vehicles.
At one point, Musk said he was there solely for his interviewer, his good friend Jonathan. Very nice. The problem is, the interviewer’s name was Andrew, and there are doubts whether he’s really Musk’s friend, something that has sparked mockery among the ever-vigilant Twitter users in their posts.
Going for headlines, Musk told the advertisers who left Twitter, “Screw you.” We’re not talking about just any advertisers, but Disney, Apple, and IBM. Denying the evidence, Musk has claimed that he doesn’t care if the lack of liquidity kills his company. Yes, the same one he bought for $44 billion exactly a year ago, which is getting closer and closer to being worth a lollipop and four gummy bears.
Before finishing, he had time to talk about his evil genius project straight out of a horror movie, Neuralink, a brain chip that so far has only been tested on monkeys. At least, when saying goodbye, he called the interviewer by his name. Something is better than nothing. Step by step, Elon.