Trevor Noah Offers Strange Defense To Tomfoolery On Elon Musk’s Twitter

Recently, ambitious Tesla and Edgelord CEO Elon Musk bought a 9.2% stake in Twitter after complaining about the social media platform’s “censorship” policies.

Musk, who boasts 81.5 million followers on the social media site at the time of writing, later became Twitter’s largest single shareholder – a site he famously called a diver hero is “pedo,” threatened Tesla workers against unionization, and posted a sexy meme following reports that his ex, Grimes, is dating transgender whistleblower Chelsea Manning .

On Tuesday night, The Daily ShowTrevor Noah’s – who, like Musk, is from South Africa (although his family doesn’t own an emerald mine) – has noticed the recent activity of “a billionaire businessman and arrogant African-American”. proud.”

“One of Musk’s favorite things is getting good grades and posting troll-y memes on Twitter. But lately, he’s made himself the most powerful Twitter troll of all time,” explains Noah. “You see, Musk recently bought enough stock to make himself the company’s largest shareholder. And apparently, he was also supposed to join the board of directors, but now for some reason there has been a change of plans.”

That’s right, Musk declined to join the board. If it did, the richest person in the world would be limited to owning only 14.9% of the company’s shares. Now, some predict he could buy more Twitter stock and increase his financial control over the company.

“And look, I know a lot of people who don’t like Elon Musk, they think he’s controversial, all of this,” said Noah. “I’ll put it this way: One thing you have to admit is he makes being a billionaire look so much fun. It has its perks. Elon was annoyed with Twitter, so what did he do? He bought it. YES. Tell me we all wish we didn’t have that power, huh? Imagine if, when the airline told you you had a crash from your flight, you could buy from that airline.”

While all of this sounds “fun” to Noah, according to Grimes, Musk’s ex, he “doesn’t even want a new mattress” and prefers to live in “a very unsafe house” worth $40,000” while “eating peanut butter for eight days in a row.”

Furthermore, Twitter investors are planning to take a class-action lawsuit against Musk for being 11 days late in notifying financial regulators that he had acquired a large stake in the company, which was claimed to have saved him $143 million. Trevor Noah Offers Strange Defense To Tomfoolery On Elon Musk’s Twitter

Russell Falcon

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