Elon Musk has declared he is not “suicidal” and said if he ended his life it would not be “real”. These comments were made during a question and answer session on Saturday (03.12.22) in which he was discussing possible reprisal for his “Twitter Files” leaks.
A day after journalist Matt Taibbi revealed information regarding restrictions on the social media site, Kim Dotcom questioned Elon, 51, if he was having any “suicidal thoughts” when answering questions about his personal safety. Elon Musk replied: “I do not have any suicidal thoughts. If I committed suicide, it’s not real.”
The Tesla tycoon, who completed his $44 billion buyout of Twitter on October 28, added he thought he faced a heightened risk to his personal safety including attempts on his life owing to his high-profile actions at Twitter. He said: “Frankly, the risk of something bad happening or literally even being shot is quite significant.”
To put it plainly, I won’t be participating in any outdoor auto parades. It’s not that hard to kill me if anyone wanted to, so hopefully they don’t. Maybe I should be more concerned than I am, but I believe that in most cases if you do what is right for the people, they will support you. After getting into an online feud with a Russian official in May, Elon, a father of ten, sent a cryptic tweet that read, “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin ya.”
Musk has denied being suicidal, claiming that taking his own life wouldn’t be true to reality. On Saturday (03.12.22), during a Q&A session, he made these remarks in response to a question about possible retaliation for his “Twitter Files” leaks.
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