Elon Musk’s Recent Visit to Starbase With Tim Dodd And Tweets About His Clothes Are Too Big for Him
Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, tweeted about his meeting with Elon Musk at the Starbase launch pad. He couldn’t believe how much the launchpad had changed since his last tour with Elon in August.
He thanked Elon for the fantastic conversation they had at Starbase. Elon responded with a tweet claiming that his clothes are too big for him. The view was fantastic and breathtaking. Meanwhile, Elon Musk has stated that the firms he started or leads are philanthropic because they seek to improve humanity’s future.
I think my clothes are too big for me
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 18, 2022
As Elon Musk and Tesla put pressure on Twitter’s board of directors to allow him to buy the microblogging platform for $43 billion, Twitter’s co-founder Jack Dorsey has finally spoken up, describing the board as “consistently dysfunctional.” Musk has stated that other potential bidders should worry the Twitter Board of Directors more than him, who has made a fair offer to purchase 100% of the microblogging network for $43 billion.
Furthermore, according to the sources, Twitter shares fell on Thursday after Musk announced his offer, as the market thought it was too low and lacking in financing information. The bid is currently being evaluated by Twitter’s board of directors, and many investors and analysts believe it will be rejected unless Musk alters his offer. Twitter could offer to open its books to Musk in the hopes of getting a better deal.
For the past few weeks, Elon Musk has been amusing everyone, even Twitter stockholders. The Tesla CEO took to Twitter once more, with his latest message reading “Love Me Tender,” a 1956 Elvis Presley classic. Tesla investors, on the other hand, claim that CEO Elon Musk is sidetracked and isn’t paying attention to the loss the electric carmaker is suffering as a result of the Shanghai manufacturing closure.