5 Times Elon Musk Did Controversial and Dumbest Things on Twitter

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5 Times Elon Musk Did Controversial and Dumbest Things on Twitter

5 Times Elon Musk Did Controversial and Dumbest Things on Twitter: The CEO of SpaceX Elon Musk is one of the world’s greatest person but sometimes people behave like a child. Several times Musk made fun of others (may be he is not doing intentionally). Besides that he also tweets dumb meme as SEC asks judge to hold him in contempt.

So, here are 5 most dumbest and funniest things did by Elon Musk on Twitter.!

1. Changed His Avatar

Several days ago he changed his profile picture on Twitter, the reddit start making memes on him. The reaction of Reddit was extremely funny!

Elon Musk Twitter New Profile Pic "Crazy Reaction on Reddit"

Some of Redditors reaction:

reddit reaction on elon musk twitter

reddit reaction on elon musk twitter

tesla shareholder

2. ‘Pedo,’ ‘Private’ and ‘Pravda’ – Controversy

As Tesla burns cash, Musk tweets. And tweets. And tweets. His board has urged him to stop. But on he goes. These Musk tweets are some of his all-time most distracting from Tesla’s business at hand.

The NLRB complaint says that Musk’s comment could be construed as interfering with the rights of employees to freely decided whether or not to join a union. The United Auto Workers (UAW) filed its own complaint with the board shortly after the tweet.

Tesla said that the tweet reflected the fact that it was unaware of any UAW-represented production autoworkers who receive restricted stock units (grants of stock with conditions on selling) or stock options (the right to buy stock at a given price).

These above tweets has been deleted by Elon but one user took screenshot and posted on his account.

Musk rejected the notion he’d cried during what the New York Times described as an emotional interview. When challenged, the Tesla founder effectively reiterated his previous suspicions about Unsworth, rhetorically noting that “it’s strange he hasn’t sued me?”

Out of the blue, Musk tweeted on August 7—while stock markets remained open—that he was considering taking Tesla private at $420 a share and that he’d secured funding. The Tesla board was unaware. This moved Tesla stock upward by 6%, closing at $362.

The Pravda posts

 

3. Elon Musk vs The Museum of English Rural Life

This one was most funny!

Elon Musk and, of all places, the Museum of English Rural Life have become embroiled in a bizarre but hilarious exchange on Twitter, swapping their avatars while reviving a photo of a sheep which went viral in 2018.

Musk changed his Twitter avatar on Wednesday after responding to an MIT tweet evoking the ‘absolute unit’ tweet by the Museum of English Rural Life tweet last year. The ram picture went viral last April, gaining more than 100,000 likes and earning the museum, part of the University of Reading, a place in the pantheon of online shenanigans.

What ensued was a stunning exchange in which the tech entrepreneur and museum swapped profile photos.

The memeing masses couldn’t resist joining in the action, leading to some god-tier twitter humor.

4. Tesla made 0 cars in 2011, but will make around 500k in 2019

Tesla CEO Elon Musk couldn’t contain himself — he had to tweet about his electric car company.

The problem? After he reached a settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last year over his now infamous “funding secured” tweet, he isn’t supposed to tweet about things that could impact markets and his publicly traded company without approval from Tesla.

Now Bloomberg reports that the SEC is asking a judge to hold Musk in contempt for tweeting Tesla would make “around 500K” cars in 2019.

On the same day of the original tweet, a few hours later, Musk amended his comment, clarifying that he meant 500,000 cars would be made on an “annualized production rate” based on 10,000 cars made per week.

The tweets remained on his Twitter feed as of now. In fact, he continues to tweet — he posted a meme as news broke about the SEC’s actions.

5. My Twitter is pretty much complete nonsense at this point

After all these controversies between Elon and MIT and The Museum of English Rural Life and etc. On 19th April, he said, “My Twitter is pretty much complete nonsense at this point.!”

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