Twitter owner Elon Musk on Monday, May 9, tweeted what seemed to be an ominous post talking about his death, sparking reactions from several corners. Musk, who is known for his quirky tweets, tweeted on Monday: “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin ya.”
His “death” tweet came just two hours after he posted what appeared to be a press communique that stated that Elon Musk was helping Ukrainian forces with his Starlink satellite communication equipment. The communique read that Elon Musk will be “held accountable” for his actions.
Many netizens reacted, saying that the Tesla CEO is needed to “reform the world”. “No, you will not die. The world needs you to reform,” wrote a Twitter user.
“Humanity is counting on you,” wrote another user while another sought to know what he meant by “mysterious”.
Some even retweeted American Programmer and businessman John Mcafee, who was found dead in a Spanish prison last year. “I am content in here. I have friends. The food is good. All is well. Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine,” Mcafee had tweeted in October 2020.
On April 26, Elon Musk bought 100% stake in Twitter for approximately $44 billion, around $54.20 per share, and all of it in cash. Musk previously said that the microblogging site has “extraordinary potential” and he wants to unlock it all