Elon Musk is a model, atypical and iconoclastic. Some criticize him as whimsical, while others regard his unnatural outlook.
No matter what, Musk leaves almost no one indifferent.
When you browse Musk''s activity on Twitter, his main communication channel, you realize that Musk is monitoring it almost 24 hours a day.
Which raises the question: How does he manage to be on Twitter and run such prominent companies as Tesla, space-tech company SpaceX, medical-device developer Neuralink, and if his agreement proposal passes -- Twitter (TWTR)?
When he says he''s still in Texas, 5.3 million Twitter followers are surprised when he says he''s in another country. (Musk lives in the state and Tesla is based in Austin.) Thisrecentlywas the case when he alleged that he was in Brazil for a Starlink relationship.
The man is certainly a very active manager.
''''How Do You Feel, Elon?''''
Musk is a type of eccentric politician who does not hesitate to intervene on his ideas and actions. He is one of the only few influential CEOs to have smoked marijuana in public (back in 2018 during a podcast with controversial comedian Joe Rogan).
Musk is also not ashamed to express his feelings. When some might consider this as a sign of weakness, he may well consider it as the best way for his supporters to identify with him. It''s a bit like "I''m like you."
During a recent exchange on Twitter, he said the same thing.
Elon, how do you feel about yourself, Elon? Do you feel lonely, happy, sad, regretful, or anything?
The tech businessman answered without missing a beat.
Musk, 50, said, "It''s a bit tbh," but she said. "TBH" stands for "to be honest."
Tesla''s chief executive officer''s response was posted around 4 a.m.
He didn''t elaborate, leaving social-media users to wonder why the world''s richest manand arguably the world''s most influential CEO, a father of seven and hero to millions, was chastised.
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Elon Musk has asked Jeff Bezos to make an important decision.
"Why does Elon exist?" the same Twitter user once more asked.
The reason at least for now will be unanswered.
One possibility is that Musk''s sadness is linked to the killing of 19 children and two teachers at a South Texas elementary school on May 24?
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A few hours later, the serial entrepreneur returned on Twitter to defend billionaires, with inflation at its highest level in 40 years, and the prospect of a recession looming.
"Large of the term billionaire as a pejorative is morally wrong and stupid," Musk said.
In a second post, he clarifies that Musk does not see himself in the same circle as his peer billionaires.
"If the reason for it is building products that make millions of people happy," says the author.
He does not go back to it.
Musk launched a survey to discover if the general public prefers billionaires more. As often as occurs, the billionaire seemed to get some satisfaction from procrastinating his detractors.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York) has directly challenged her to poll her Twitter followers on whether they were more dissatisfied with billionaires or politicians.
A few days earlier, the congresswoman had indicated that she would exchange her Tesla for an electric vehicle manufactured by unionized workers.
"I''d love to switch," she told Bloomberg.
The poll, which ended on May 27, received nearly 3.4 million votes. A large majority of voters said they trust politicians less than billionaires.
On May 24, Musk ridiculed Instagram. He accused the Facebook network, previously known as Facebook, of promoting its users in pursuit of continuous happiness.
"If you wanted to be happy, this could be easily accomplished," said a Twitter user. "We believe others to be happier than they are 300 years ago. Were still working on this one."
"Instagram enhances this," the billionaire said.