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Elon Musk slams Financial Times reporting on Starlink, Here is the complete scoop

One news article by Financial Times has rattled the billionaire Elon Musk over reporting on Starlink. Elon even went ahead and took to Twitter about the same and tried to correct the publication by putting out some hard facts.

So here is what happened:

According to the publication, some of the Starlink devices have stopped working in the frontline. The publication published an interview with soldiers from the Ukrainian side at the war front. According to the report by Financial Times, several of the Starlink devices were purchased from the US government and by crowdfunding.

Now here is what Elon is angry about with the publication. Elon issued a statement or rather a reply on Twitter stating that Bad reporting by FT. This article falsely claims that Starlink terminals & services were paid for when only a small percentage have been. This operation has cost SpaceX $80M & will exceed $100M by end of the year. As for what’s happening on the battlefield, that’s classified.

Elon Musk is on the facing side right now as he made a statement that Russia and Ukraine should sit together and resolve this war. Several people have targeted him on Twitter for being a part of Russian propaganda.

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