Yearbook Photo’s of Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Bill Gates, Tim Cook & Jeff Bezos

The post went viral after US writer Jon Erlichman tweeted a collage of yearbook photos of six well-known billionaires. Twitter couldn’t get enough of how different they appeared as kids.

Among the six, social media users deemed Elon Musk to be the most recognisable, with others commenting on how the other businessmen’s appearances have altered over time. “”Elon Musk hasn’t changed much,” Emilia Moore tweeted, while Texas Rose added, “Elon Musk hasn’t changed much.” He hasn’t lost his infant face.”

Musk quickly joined the Twitter conversation and responded with merely an emoticon.

However, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs tend to be the favourites when it comes to entrepreneurs and innovators whose appearances have altered dramatically over time. And, strangely, a number of comments were made about billionaires’ hairstyles, both then and now.

“Bezos with a beard? “This must be photoshopped,” said @thegreekgod11, while @manwithapoodle wondered aloud, “Was there a hair scissors shortage in the 1970s?””

Others soon joined in, expressing similar dissatisfaction with their yearbook photos. @guitarboyled’s Rio stated, “In my yearbook photos, I also had bad hair. I guess I’ll be a billionaire after all!”

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Google co-founder Larry Page, and Apple CEO Tim Cook were all included in the collage.




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