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‘Never shares something controversial’: Elon Musk trolls himself with Twitter sign-up meme

Musk has confronted a number of lawsuits and investigations attributable to sarcastic remarks made by him on social media

File photograph of Elon Musk. AP

Elon Musk has lately claimed that he ‘by no means shares something controversial’ on Twitter. The Tesla CEO, who’s broadly well-known for posting entertaining jokes, has now shared a humorous meme of Twitter homepage which learn, “Get fired from your job in 5 to 10 years, join Twitter today.” The meme additionally has steps to get fired from the microblogging web site.

Check Elon Musk’s tweet right here:

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO may be very lively on his Twitter deal with however at occasions he has landed into controversies due to his unfiltered tweets. At occasions, it led Tesla shares to fluctuate. Musk has additionally confronted lawsuits and investigations attributable to his sarcastic statements.

Musk’s submit has garnered 161ok likes, over 15ok retweets and tons of fascinating feedback.

A Twitter consumer wrote, “You’re right”.

A Twitter consumer sarcastically requested what number of occasions Tesla board tried to eliminate Musk.

An individual thought the Tesla CEO was urging individuals to spend money on the meme coin.

Another Twitter consumer shared a humorous meme.

Last 12 months in December, Elon Musk had stated on Twitter that he was pondering of quitting his job and changing into an influencer.

Check tweet right here:

A month earlier, Musk had made one other daring assertion that he was tweeting from his rest room because it gave him solace. He had stated that a minimum of 50 % of his tweets had been “made on a porcelain throne.”

This wasn’t all. In March 2021, a Tesla shareholder had sued Elon Musk over his “erratic” tweets.

Earlier in 2018, Musk stated that he had “funding secured” to doubtlessly take Tesla non-public in a $72 billion deal. The truth is that he was not even shut. The declare was investigated by US Securities watchdog however was later settled.

What are your ideas about Elon Mask’s newest tweet?

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