Elon Musk On The Spot Reply To Fan Who Compared His Shirtless Pic With A Dog


Elon Musk, the richest man on earth, appeared to have time for tweeting despite his ongoing legal conflict with Twitter over the deferral of the $44 billion acquisition bid for the social media platform.

Musk has more than 101 million followers on Twitter and he continues to post stuff and even respond to people, even if it’s just a bizarre meme. This indicates that Elon Musk has a sizable social media following, which has led to widespread knowledge of his social media activity. He makes it a point to respond to tweets that have an impact on him.

Elon Musk amused his followers by responding deftly to a tweet that compared him to dogs.

Let me tell you that this picture appears to have been taken during his trip to Greece. A number of pictures that rapidly went viral on social media showed the richest billionaire taking off his shirt and relaxing on a boat in Mykonos.

The Tesla CEO was reportedly accompanied by a small group that included fashion designer Sarah Staudinger and her husband Ari Emanuel, according to Page Six. The insider went on to state that the boat, which can be rented for close to $20,000 per week, was being enjoyed by the friends. Six passengers can fit in all three of its cabins.

Yes, you did read that right. One of his pictures was put alongside the dog’s picture on the Meet Patel Twitter account.

Check out this tweet:

The recent comparison of the Tesla CEO’s naked photo to a dog on Twitter went viral on social media, and many people reacted to it. However, the similarity also attracted the billionaire’s attention, and he answered in the funniest way possible.

Musk responded to the image by saying,

“My calves are bigger tho.”

Within seconds, his response went viral and received more tweets and retweets than actual images. More than 4,000 likes and more than 160 retweets have been received thus far. Additionally, many others are responding to it by commenting on his response.

Check out some of the funniest responses to his response.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, and Twitter will square off in court in October to determine whether or not the latter can compel the former to complete his $44 billion acquisition of the social network. The platform, which has been beset by uncertainty, has already won this battle.

While strictly adhering to Twitter’s desire for a rushed timeframe, a Delaware judge denied Musk’s plea for a February start date. It will be interesting to see what Elon Musk does to make his case to the judges at the upcoming session.