American billionaire Elon Musk said that advertisers who refuse to cooperate with his social network X after scandalous statements about Jews cannot blackmail him. At a newspaper event New York Times Musk said: “There is no need to advertise. Is someone trying to blackmail me with advertising and money? Farewell”.
Musk also used crude language to make his point.
The billionaire added that if the social network succeeds in boycotting advertisers, the public will hold them responsible. Using obscene language, the businessman added, “Those who want to look good but do evil should go away.”
Additionally, Musk noted that his recent trip to Israel was not an apology for his remarks about Jews and that these remarks were not anti-Semitic. The businessman and the prime minister visited Kibbutz Kfar Aza, which was the most damaged by the attack of the Palestinian Hamas movement, on October 7. There, Musk was shown the results of the attack.
But in Israel criticized During Musk’s visit to the country, he called him an anti-Semite.
Former American journalist statedThat Elon Musk periodically goes into “devil mode.”
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