If you know, Elon Musk’s reputation can be attributed to his transformation from being techie cyberspace dowager to a debonair manufacturing plutocrat. According to Musk folklore, he is also seen as the inspiration behind a real paladin, which came out evident Robert Downey Jr.’s role of the agreeably vivid Tony Stark in the Iron Man movie long back in 2008.
The purposeful communication
But recently, it has been the first time that Musk has been looked upon as alienation and that too by some of his most pious followers. The fandom has voiced their irritation, disagreement, conveyed straightforwardly to Musk on Twitter in an attempt to deliberately make their objections known to the personality.
Last month, the popular tweet upholding Musk’s demand to “FREE AMERICA NOW” and let employees return to their businesses seemed to be minuscular research in a comprehensive cacophony as it uttered: “my first disagreement with my Idol. :/”
The downplayed sanctimony
While Maria Koren, a journalist from The Atlantic asked for Ben Hallert’s opinion on the issue who happens to be a longtime SpaceX fan and a Tesla venture capitalist, he projected discomfort saying, “Sometimes it just seems like the smarter people are, the more vulnerable they are to overestimating how much they know about something outside of their speciality”.
Some even pointed out a quote of Musk from 2017 that claimed, “If one day, my words are against science, choose science”—in their intentional reminiscence of the professional’s better drives. Things shooted since the time.
An incorrect prediction
In the past days, Musk shared his tweet which read “based on current trends” US would have “probably close to zero” new COVID-19 cases once the end of April arrives. And then the forecast proved to be utterly vague where Musk couldn’t but admit his mistake. Yes, that’s what offended
his supporters to perceive the figure as more of a hardhearted producer than being humankind’s liberator.
Apart from that, some of his admirers added their remarks as they reportedly disclosed about their cancellation of Tesla orders. Well, one from the lot professed that Musk’s constant proclamations have apparently reduced the electric-car company’s label.