In a shocking turn of events, tech billionaire Elon Musk completely exposed Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Twitter yesterday.
In a series of tweets, Musk alleged that Gates has been hiding a dark secret for years: he doesn’t actually know how to code.
According to Musk, Gates has been pretending to be a computer programmer for decades, but in a recent conversation, Musk claims to have uncovered the truth.
“I always suspected something was off about him, but I never imagined it would be this,” Musk tweeted.
The tweets caused a frenzy on social media, with many calling for Gates to step down from his position at Microsoft and his philanthropic foundation.
Some even went as far as to say that they would never use a Microsoft product again.
In response to the allegations, a spokesperson for Gates issued a statement denying the claims and calling them “completely false and without merit.”
But for many, the damage has already been done.
The revelation has also raised questions about other tech leaders and whether they too may be hiding their true coding abilities.
“I always thought Mark Zuckerberg was a little too smooth,” one Twitter user commented.
In the wake of the scandal, Gates has announced that he will be taking a leave of absence from all of his professional and philanthropic commitments to focus on clearing his name.
But for many, the question remains: can we ever trust a non-coder with so much power and influence in the tech industry?
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