You best stop because Elon Musk’s mother has begged everyone to stop being so cruel to her son, or else she’ll tell your parents.
A protective Mom
He could be the only one responsible for Twitter’s poor verification practices. Additionally, he might have fired thousands of workers and begun overworking those who were fortunate enough to keep their positions.
And sure, he might even be encouraging a free speech environment on Twitter that eventually leads to the propagation of harmful, extremist viewpoints.
But because his mother has told you to stop criticizing him, please refrain from doing so, okay guys? You have my attention, Whoopi Goldberg.
Despite insisting that the billionaire didn’t have it easy, Maye Musk, 74, spoke about her “genius” son and all of his accomplishments in BBC’s new documentary The Elon Musk Show.
In the third and last segment of the video, Maye said that although her son is “very dedicated to rescuing the earth,” he still has difficulties.
She said: “I’m delighted to say that my clever son, well, genius son, is in charge of Space X and Tesla.
“We don’t want to be him, but we respect him for that. Because of those businesses, he receives a lot of criticism. Stop treating him badly! “
Sincerely, I struggle to understand why someone would wish to mistreat this weak man.
Additionally, Elon recently asserted that he is his own worst critic, on top of all the bullies that are already picking on him.
The owner of Twitter cautioned entrepreneurs who want to become the “Elon Musk of the East” during a business gathering in Bali this week that it wasn’t worth it.
I’m not sure how many people would truly want to be me, so I’d advise you to be careful what you wish for, he said.
“They want to be what they picture me to be, which is not the same as me.
“Honestly, the amount of suffering I subject myself to is next level.”
He acknowledged in another section of the business forum that he had “too much work on my plate” as a result of his recent purchase of Twitter.
Elon has informed the remaining employees that the social media company is in danger of going bankrupt ever since he purchased it for $44 billion (£28 billion) last month.
According to reports, the founder of Tesla said the following in an email: “There is a good probability Twitter won’t survive the impending economic collapse without major subscription money. About half of our earnings must come from subscriptions.
Stop being mean to Elon since he already has enough on his plate. If you continue to be mean to him, he won’t let you join his Mars colony.