After nine-day hiatus, Elon Musk breaks silence on Twitter

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The entrepreneur Elon Musk broke the silence on twitter this Friday (1) after a nine-day hiatus.

The billionaire was since June 21 without posting anything on the social network.

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On Friday, however, the Tesla founder launched a series of posts on his Twitter account, a platform he is trying to buy for $44 billion – the deal has been on hold for months due to Musk’s concerns about the accuracy of the company’s estimates of spam accounts on the social network.

In the first tweet, the businessman mourns the death of a famous youtuber.

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“Popular minecraft youtuber Technoblade, who had amassed 12 billion subscribers, recently passed away at the age of 23 due to cancer, and it made me realize that cancer is literally a big piece of junk and death, but also [me fez perceber] that we have to live our best life with people we know. They can die the next day, and you will regret not doing things with them.”

A quote attributed to the “Sonic the Hedgehog” game series also accompanies the tribute. “If you leave the game, stay safe. Stay alert. Whatever you do, but don’t die, because if you die out of your own game, you don’t regenerate.”

In another post, Musk says he is “feeling, perhaps, a little bored.”

In a third appearance on Twitter, the businessman shared a photo in which he appears in costume. “Venice, a place of great memories”.

Finally, Musk showed netizens a record of himself alongside Pope Francis. Four of his children also appear in the photograph. “Honored to meet the pontifex yesterday.”



Source: CNN Brasil

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