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    “Do I look Like Warren F* Buffett”: Elon Musk Gets Angry At Twitter User Who Suggested He Didn’t Found Tesla

    Elon Musk who is known for his outrageous, funny and controversial tweets has come to the spotlight once again. The Tesla CEO has made headlines after drastically making major changes to Twitter. And now he appears to be angry with a netizen on Twitter. 

    Let’s take a look at what the tech genius has to say and why he reacted that way on Twitter. Musk referred to Warren Buffett who is known as a big investor and business magnate. So let’s dive!

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    Elon Musk

    Twitter has become a place of confusion, anger, and disappointment after Elon Musk announced the change of Twitter to X. Amidst all this, one user posted a tweet talking about the journey of Elon Musk.

    The user highlighted some of Musk’s biggest achievements year-wise. The tweet reads, “The journey of Elon Musk: 2023: Twitter becomes X, 2022: buys Twitter, 2016: starts Boring Co, 2016: starts Neuralink, 2015: starts OpenAI, 2004: invests in Tesla, 2002: starts SpaceX, 1999: starts X (becomes PayPal), 1995: starts Zip2 (sold to Compaq), 1990: sells PC’s in college dorm.” 

    Now, the part where the user mentions that Musk invested in Tesla made the Twitter CEO angry. Musk then replied to the tweet with, “You have the “invests in Tesla” part wrong. Do I look like Warren f* Buffett to you?” The user, John Ehrlich later corrected himself and posted a video for more context. 

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    Why Warren Buffett Was Dragged Into The Mess?

    Warren Buffett

    Warren Buffett is one of the best-known fundamental investors in the world. However, Buffet mostly invests in companies that are already standing strong and are successful. He is the fifth richest person in the world as well.

    But when it comes to Elon Musk, he takes pride in building up companies from the ground up. Instead of investing in already successful companies, Musk buys struggling new companies and builds them up. 

    The same goes for Tesla. Before Musk, Tesla was just an idea and did not exist as such. Elon Musk has even said so to Tesla analysts before, “I’m not Warren Buffett. I’m not an investor. I am an engineer and manufacturing person and a technologist.”

    “I actually work and design and develop products,” he continued. “We’re not going have a portfolio of investments or whatever.” However, Musk does respect Buffet a lot and has said that he would welcome him if he wanted to be a shareholder at Tesla. 

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    Nilova Jasu
    Nilova Jasu
    Nilova Jasu is an entertainment author at FirstCuriosity. With prior experience working at various celebrity blogs, she takes pride in being a know-it-all when it comes to pop culture. Being a student of medicine, Grey's Anatomy is Nilova's 'comfort watch'. A massive fan of Robert Downey Jr, whenever she is not reading up on the latest celebrity scoop on Instagram and Twitter, Nilova's busy buring her head in storybooks, playing with her pet cats or bingeing on the latest Netflix release.

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