Elon Musk has responded to Kanye West after the rapper said the Twitter CEO might be “half-Chinese.”
Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, may have taken Kanye West’s angry remarks about his being “half Chinese” and a “genetic hybrid” well. West’s claim was addressed by Musk on Monday with a “compliment”. In reaction to a news piece about West’s latest outburst, Musk tweeted, “I take that as a complement.”
On Sunday, December 4, Ye posted once more on Instagram to express his concerns about Musk’s past before bringing up former president Barack Obama and alleging that the use of his name was a curse.
Is it just me who believes Elon may be partially Chinese? Have you ever seen his childhood photos?” he said. “To create Elon, combine a Chinese intellect with a South African supermodel.
“I say an Elon because they probably produced 10 to 30 of these, and he’s the first genetic hybrid to become successful. Of course, Obama should not be forgotten.” I apologize for using profanity in church, but I’m at a loss for words to describe Obama. Let’s band together as YE24 to identify LUAFO.
Kanye West manufactured his own media headline on the remarks he made in the caption.
In Balenciagagate, Ye utilizes Mark Zuckerberg’s platform to call for a widespread probe of Elon Musk’s childhood images on Jay Z’s birthday. I refer to this as The Theory of Everything. Praise God.
Soon after, Elon Musk responded to Kanye’s claims that he was “half-Chinese” and a “genetic hybrid” on Twitter.
“I consider that to be flattering!” He stated that Kanye screenshotted the tweet and replied on Instagram, saying, “Now Obama on the other hand, that was meant as a praise.”
Elon Musk expressed his desire to “fight” Kanye West before the rapper’s Instagram posts for the Thursday swastika tweet that led to the rapper’s suspension from Twitter (December 1).
During a Saturday Twitter Spaces Q&A session, he stated, “Posting swastikas in what is not a positive way is an encouragement to violence” (December 3). “That was encouraging me to violence,” the speaker said. “I wanted to punch Kanye.”
In response to a fan’s request to “repair” Kanye following his most recent Twitter punishment, Musk previously wrote that he “did his best.” “Despite that, he again broke our policy against inciting violence,” he continued. The account will be put on hold.
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