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Elon Musk posts tweet about his death under “mysterious circumstances”

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Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, sent another cryptic tweet about his death under “mysterious circumstances” on Monday, which his mother, Maye Musk, did not approve of.

Elon Musk sent tweet on death under ‘mysterious circumstances’

“If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin ya,” Elon Musk tweeted.

“That’s not funny,” his mother responded to Musk’s tweet.

Elon Musk then added: “Sorry! I will do my best to stay alive.”

The tweet sparked a social media frenzy among his 91.5 million followers.

“No, you will not die. The world needs you to reform,” one user stated.

Another user tweeted: “We must protect you at all costs. Humanity is counting on you.”

This isn’t the first time Elon, who is set to pay $44 billion for Twitter, has posted a cryptic tweet about his death.

He tweeted in March of this year that death would be a relief to him.

Elon Musk stated in an interview with Mathias Dopfner, CEO of the German publishing company Axel Springer, that he would like to maintain his health for a longer period of time.

“I think for political leadership, you want to be ideally within 10 or at least, 20 years of the average age of the population. And for me, I certainly would like to maintain health for a longer period of time. But I am not afraid of dying. I think it would come as a relief.”

Elon Musk, on the other hand, stated that he hopes to live long enough to see SpaceX’s vision come true.

“My biggest hope is that humanity creates a self-sustaining city on Mars,” he said.

When asked if he is happy right now, Elon Musk responded, “I think there are degrees of love. But certainly, for one to be fully happy, I think you have to be happy at work and happy in love. So, I suppose I’m medium happy.”

Russian space chief Rogozin threatens Elon Musk

Shortly before his cryptic tweet, Musk cited a message from Dmitry Rogozin, Russia’s former deputy prime minister (now space chief), who sent a statement to Russian media condemning Musk’s Starlink satellite company for allowing the “Nazi Azov Battalion” to access the internet.

“The word ‘Nazi’ doesn’t mean what he seems to think it does,” Musk tweeted with the message.

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