Following her viral discussions with Andrew Tate, Greta Thunberg has received appreciation from Elon Musk.
Tate made an effort to lure Greta Thunberg earlier this week by tweeting a picture of himself filling up a Bugatti with the caption: “Hello [Greta Thunberg].” I own 33 vehicles. The W16 [eight-liter, quad-turbo] [engine] in my Bugatti is powerful. [6.5-liter] MY TWO Ferrari 812 Competiziones have V12 engines.This is just the beginning. To provide you with a detailed list of my automobile collection and its tremendous emissions, kindly enter your email address.
Thunberg cleverly responded, much to the delight of the Internet, “Yes, please do educate me.” [email protected] is my email address.
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) December 28, 2022
Tate replied to Thunberg’s comments with an odd video tirade in which he called Thunberg a “slave to the matrix,” but things quickly became more serious as he and his brother Tristan were both detained for human trafficking on December 29 in Romania.
According to the BBC, he has been held in the eastern European nation for 30 days. Additionally, it has been claimed that the social media rumor that said the pizza box in the video was what ultimately led to his arrest since it revealed he was in Romania was unrelated to the inquiry.
Musk recently expressed his opinion on Thunberg. The post was made by the satirical magazine The Babylon Bee, and it linked to an item with the following title: “New Greta Thunberg Thermostat Scowls At You When You Turn The Heat Up.” He commented on the post by sharing his own thoughts on the matter.
Musk said, “The sheer level of brand recognition gained by Greta within a few years is remarkable.” Actually, I think she’s cool.
The sheer amount of brand awareness achieved by Greta within a few years is astounding. I think she’s cool tbh.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 30, 2022
According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Musk just had the worst loss of wealth in recent history. His net worth dropped by $208 billion, which is almost as much as Greece’s annual GDP.
After Twitter users voted for him to quit in a poll earlier this month, Musk said he would leave his position as the company’s CEO as soon as he found “someone crazy enough to accept the job.”