Elon Musk's previous tweet implying that the COVID-19 cases in the United States will soon become 'close to zero' cases by the end of April was bashed by a U.S. reporter of The Nation. The online feud between the tech giant CEO and Ken Klippenstein continues after Musk posted another tweet, asking, "what can't we predict?" which is one of his typical questions.
The tweet receives plenty of funny, weird, and wonderful comments. However, the journalist chose to "mercilessly" obliterate him, quoting his tweet with his COVID-19 prediction screenshot.
"Based on current trends, probably close to zero new cases in U.S. too by the end of April," captioned Musk's previous Twitter post.
https://t.co/aQdtOniVKj pic.twitter.com/cS4oYXpZFK — Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) September 25, 2020
The reporter's tweet currently has over 209,000 likes and 30,000 retweets.
Other funny comments you should check out
Elon Musk's latest tweet currently has more than 11,000 retweets, 6,000 quoted tweets, and 180,000 likes. It received funny comments, and here are some of them.
Your tweets https://t.co/ueBjdAW2JI — Idzi i hlyadzi (@MiDisgurpe1) September 25, 2020
One of the users sarcastically answered the CEO's question, saying that his tweets are one thing people could not predict.
The name of your next child https://t.co/jgz0EBaRed — Harsh Shah (@Life_On_High) September 25, 2020
Another commentator even included his baby, saying that Musk's next child's name is also unpredictable.
Definitely this pic.twitter.com/HZ3j50tWSu — Elon Ϻusk (@MarniBattista) September 25, 2020
Elon Musk answered the comments creatively, saying that a Tesla surprise crypto party is also one thing people could not see ahead.
"We here at Tesla have decided to throw a crypto party of sorts - we are giving away Bitcoins and Ethereum! Wanna get some? Go to www.elonpromise.com," captioned the CEO.
It can't be denied that Elon Musk's Twitter account could post surprising stuff, which is often entertaining to read.
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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.