Tesla CEO and the richest man in the world, Elon Musk, used his Twitter to ask his followers if they have seen his “s*x tape”. It seems like Elon Musk’s joke about his s*x tape was a hit as it received over 500 thousand likes on Twitter. He recently criticized the drug laws set by the US government on Twitter, specifically highlighting the Brittney Griner case. The American professional basketball player is currently imprisoned in Russia because a small amount of THC oil was found in her gym bag. The US government previously proposed a prisoner swap deal in order to bring back WNBA star Brittney Griner and another American prisoner Paul Whelan.
Elon Musk’s joke got over 500 thousand likes on Twitter
Elon Musk posted a picture of two tapes and captioned the picture, “but have u seen my sex tape” and followed it with another tweet that read, “it’s a sticky situation“. Elon Musk uses his Twitter account actively to communicate with his fans and shares his opinions on everything that is trending.
Fans trolled him for the joke
A lot of people trolled the billionaire for the joke, saying that he is the richest man in the world and needs to act maturely.
Not a single soul thinks you're funny
— Dayna! (@MotherDayna) August 12, 2022
Almost liked this but didn’t bc it’s Elon
— chiptole im mad (@chipotlewtf) August 13, 2022
— mistermarkets (@mistermarkets_) August 12, 2022
Elon Musk recently criticized the drug laws in the US
Elon Musk recently posted a meme criticizing the drug laws made by the US government. He believes that if the US government is working so hard to bring back Brittney Griner, then the government should also free those who are currently serving time for cannabis possession.
He also said that people should not be in jail for non-violent drugs crimes in a podcast called Full Send,
“If the president is working so hard to free someone who is in jail in Russia for some weed, shouldn’t we free people in America? There are people in jail in America for the same stuff. Shouldn’t we free them too? My opinion is that people should not be in jail for non-violent drug crimes.”
He urged President Biden and the US government to help bring her back and also pitched in some ideas to change the drug laws.