Elon Musk Mocked Bill Gates With Pregnant Man Emoji!

Elon Musk roasts Bill Gates in his new tweet, where he compared him to a pregnant man emoji. But, the Tesla, SpaceX, and Starlink CEO confirmed that a leaked conversation between him and Gates was real.

“So apparently Bill Gates hit up @elonmusk to discuss ‘philanthropy on climate change,’ but Elon asked if he still had a half-billion dollar short position on $TSLA. Bill said he hadn’t closed it out, so Elon told him to get lost. No idea if this is true, lol,” a person said on Twitter and asked Musk if it was true in a subsequent tweet.

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Musk said that he planned some changes for Twitter if he managed to take over the company.

“If our Twitter bid succeeds, we will defeat the spam bots or die trying!” he said. “And authenticate all real humans.”

He tweeted these tweets once he said he had secured $46.5 billion to buy Twitter.

The New York Post reported that Musk was looking for investors to raise around $10 billion in his takeover efforts.

The Tesla tycoon — who is worth $270 billion, according to Forbes — is angling to finance his $43 billion bid to acquire Twitter in a complex deal that raises debt against both the company and possibly his own stock, as well as a giant cash equity infusion from co-investors, The Post has learned.

Still, insiders say Musk appears to be facing hurdles in raising the money. In addition to doubts about whether Twitter is worth the $54.20 a share that Musk offered on Thursday, sources said some investors appear skittish over his pattern of unpredictable behavior and taste for controversy.

Musk himself is willing to invest between $10 billion and $15 billion of his own cash to take Twitter private, two sources close to the situation said. That’s up from the current 9.1% stake in the company he revealed on April 4, which is worth about $3.4 billion.

He may even be willing to borrow against his current stake which could bring in several billion dollars.

“The co-investors will combined have more equity than Musk but he will be the biggest single holder,” a source stated.

“Private equity firms don’t get paid for headline risk,” a source said, citing the billionaire’s penchant for controversy.

“A lot of private equity firms are doing the work and struggling on the valuation,” another source said. “This is not growing like Instagram or TikTok. You can only raise $10 billion of bank debt, and then maybe some preferred shares. Twitter does not have a whole lot of cash flow.”


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