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Elon Musk's Tweet: "If I Die Under Mysterious Situations..."
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk, known for causing uproar with his tweets, sparked another uproar today with a post about death under “mysterious circumstances.” “It’s been nice knowing you if I die under mysterious circumstances,” Mr. Musk tweeted about a week after publicly stating his decision to buy Twitter for $44 billion. Mr. Musk had previously shared a post that appears to be a communication in which he stated that he is involved in “supplying the fascist forces in Ukraine with military radio equipment.” “And for this, Elon, you will be held accountable like an adult – regardless of how much you play the fool,” the post continues.

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According to the communication, the equipment was delivered to Ukraine by the Pentagon, the headquarters of the US Department of Defense.

The two posts sparked speculation about whether Tesla CEO Elon Musk is facing threats from Russia for assisting Ukraine during the conflict.

After a minister from the war-torn country reached out, Mr Musk’s company SpaceX’s Starlink satellite higher velocity was activated in Ukraine in February.
The tweet about a death under mysterious circumstances elicited a wide range of responses, from jokes to caution to solidarity.

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Some users wondered if Mr Musk was intoxicated, while others concluded that it is the high taxes that are bothering him, and still others stated that he needs to live in order to bring about “reform.”

Mr Musk has made headlines in recent months for criticising Twitter’s shrinking space for free speech, then opting out of joining its board at the last minute and then announcing its decision to buy it for a whopping sum.

Following the announcement, he teased the microblogging site with radical ideas, such as trying to charge commercial and government users.

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