Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, has taken to Twitter and shared what rather seem to be a prediction about his death.
Taking to the micro-blogging platform, which he recently bought for $44 Billion in the early hours of Monday, May 9, Musk sounded his own death knell about dying under mysterious circumstances.
“If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin ya,” Musk tweeted.
Reports say, the Twitter papa shared this tweet after he alleged that the former Russian Deputy PM, Dmitry Rogozin, sent false information about him to the Russian media.
It was alleged that Musk had supplied some military communication equipment to Ukraine through his company, Starlink, amid the ongoing war with Russia.
Rogozin had posted: “According to our information, the delivery of Starlink equipment was carried out by the pentagon. Elon Musk, thus, is involved in supplying fascist forces in Ukraine with military communication equipment.”
Musk’s tweet about his death stirred up panic on social media with his own mother, Maye Musk, obviously scared about his son’s life.
The matriarch of the Musks also took to Twitter to express, the tweet was “not funny”, to which, Musk apologised and said he will try his best to stay alive.
“Sorry, I will do my best to stay alive,” Musk tried to calm mum’s frayed nerves.
Elon Reeve Musk FRS is an entrepreneur, investor, and business magnate. He is the founder, CEO, and Chief Engineer at SpaceX; angel investor, CEO, and Product Architect of Tesla, Inc.; founder of The Boring Company; and co-founder of Neuralink and OpenAI.
The latest feather to his already saturated cap was when he recently bought Twitter for $44bn after much back and forth with Twitter’s Board.
Listing reasons, he bought the social media platform, the richest man on earth claimed, he bought Twitter to defend democracy and to protect freedom of expression.
Interestingly, the world’s richest then came forward just recently with another stunt, saying, that people may have to pay to use the social platform. Take a look at this TNG report.
Commenting on the buy, Andrew Mitrovica, one columnist on Aljazeera described: “Musk may be a ‘visionary’ and a fabulous huckster, but he is a lousy fibber.”
Mitrovica continued: “There are no benevolent plutocrats.”
“Musk has got to get a return on his mammoth investment. If he doesn’t, he will lose money. Plutocrats do not like losing money.”
“Musk is buying Twitter for $44bn not only because he is one of a few white men who can raise that astounding amount of money, but to feed his narcissism. It is the same corrosive strain of narcissism that made me stay on Twitter for as long as I did before I had a belated epiphany,” the columnist concluded.