Elon Musk Made a Claim That Will Be Talked About: "I might get assassinated."
Elon Musk, who continued to create the agenda with his tweets after purchasing Twitter, became the agenda this time with an interesting claim. Musk said he thinks his life is in danger.
The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, billionaire businessman Elon Musk, remains on the agenda with his shares on the platform he owns after purchasing Twitter for $44 billion.
Musk set a new agenda, saying that he believes his life is most likely in danger, but that "fate will smile at him". Many Twitter users shared hundreds of thousands of posts about how and by whom Musk would be killed.
Elon Musk, who participated in the two-hour question and answer event on Twitter Spaces, answered a question asked to him with an interesting output. Stating that there is a possibility of being assassinated in recent days, Musk linked this to the Twitter platform he had just bought.
The allegation came after Musk released documents that censored news about Biden's son, Hunter Biden, at the request of US President Joe Biden's team ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
'I Could Be Assassinated'
Reminding the assassination of former US President John F. Kennedy in his speech on Twitter, Musk said, "I will never parade in the open air with a car, let me express it that way."
Then, saying that he was at risk of death, Musk continued his words as follows:
"Of course the risk of something bad happening to me, or even getting shot, is pretty significant. It's not that hard to kill someone if you want, so I hope they don't and fate smiles on me. There are definitely some risks involved in this."