May 15, 2021 19:55 GMT
Jackson Palmer also described the Tesla CEO and Space X’s final appearance on the ‘Saturday Night Live’ TV show as “embarrassing.”
One of the dogecóin creators described Tesla CEO Elon Musk as a “self-made man” after the electric car company stopped accepting bitcoins as a method of payment from its customers.
Recatorio: Elon Musk He was and always will be a very immersive manJackson Palmer wrote in A. tweet, Which he wiped out soon after. On a second post, he also predicted that the message would be deleted within a minute. “That’s all I have to say, and I enjoy the quiet life,” he added.
This Thursday, Musk announced that it had Tesla Stop accepting Bitcoin as a method of payment, explaining the decision of environmental damage caused by mining this cryptocurrency. The news came as a surprise to many, given the businessman’s notorious support for the crypto asset sector in the past.
Screen shots taken by Twitter users before Palmer messages were deleted show a third tweet criticizing Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live’s comedy TV show last weekend. “The episode was embarrassing”, Sentenced.
During the show, the South African billionaire revealed that he had Asperger’s syndrome, mocked his business plans and discussed cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Dogecoin. While he had promoted the latter publicly in the past, he described it at one point in the program as a “fraud”. This comment The dog’s worth drowning, Which since January 1 has seen a massive 13,000% increase, reaching an all-time high of 69 cents.
However, days later, Elon Musk led a new rise in the dog’s value by revealing that he was Action With its developers to improve the efficiency of this cryptocurrency, it is inspired by a popular meme starring the Shiba Inu dog.
“Social media evangelist. Student. Reader. Troublemaker. Typical introvert.”
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