Among many other celebrities, Elon Musk, the richest person on earth, also walked the red carpet of fashion’s biggest night. The subject of the 2022 Met Gala, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, is based on the foundations of American style and honors unsung champions of American design.
To everyone’s surprise, Musk didn’t bring his girlfriend Grimes as his date to the event.
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Elon Musk came on the Met Gala 2022 red carpet with his mother, Maye Musk. During an interview with Vogue, the multi-billionaire discussed his love for fashion. The billionaire and controversial new owner of Twitter walked the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a basic black tuxedo, while his mother wore a crimson velvet Dior gown with Chopard jewels.
La La Anthony, who interviewed visitors as they arrive, questioned Musk about his intentions for Twitter. To this, Musk answered, “My goal, assuming everything gets done, is to make Twitter as inclusive as possible and to have as broad a swathe of people on Twitter as possible.” He added that he hopes people find the social media platform “interesting and entertaining and funny and that it improves their lives.“
Musk appeared to have taken the philosophy of memes to heart while posing in uncomfortable situations. Musk posed in humorous stances for the world’s cameras on the Met Gala red carpet.
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Musk Said To Support Free Speech
Musk said last month that he is acquiring the social media site for $44 billion. He stated after his acquisition proposal was accepted that he wanted to support ‘free speech.’ “Free expression is the backbone of a healthy democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where crucial issues affecting humanity’s future are argued,” he said.
Musk recently sold $4.8 billion (£3.82 billion) in Tesla stock, shortly after Twitter agreed to sell him the firm. According to CNN, Elon Musk sold 5.3 million shares of Tesla stock for an average price of $905.30. Last week’s Tuesday (April 26) was the greatest one-day decrease in Tesla stock since 2020 at 12 percent.