Elon Musk, the renowned entrepreneur, vehemently denies the allegations made by Rolling Stones Magazine, claiming that he begged Taylor Swift for help with his failing Twitter, now known as X. In a scathing response, Musk called the article hilarious, stating, “This is hilarious coming from a magazine that doesn’t even exist anymore. When is the last time anyone saw a copy? Their main purpose, and that of many other de facto defunct publications, is to manipulate public opinion by serving as a “mainstream media” source for Wikipedia, to provide probable cause for bogus government investigations and to cancel people who ignore the woke mind virus.” -Elon Musk stated on X.
VIP LIVEALERTS-PRO Former General Motors Leader Former General Motors Federal Government Sales Leader Ronald Dixon to Lead Mullen’s EV Charge for US Government Fleet Sales Dixon, with over 42 years of automotive experience, including 20 years leading GM’s federal government fleet sales team, will oversee Mullen’s commercial vehicle sales opportunities across all vehicle procurement programs […]