“I think she’s cool”: Elon Musk defends Greta Thunberg after Andrew Tate Twitter spat

After her viral discussions with Andrew Tate, Greta Thunberg has received appreciation from Elon Musk.

Tate attempted to woo Greta Thunberg earlier this week, tweeting a picture of herself filling up a Bugatti with the caption: “Hello [Greta Thunberg].” I have 33 vehicles. The W16 [eight-liter, quad-turbo] [engine] in my Bugatti is powerful. Two of my Ferrari 812 Competitions have had [6.5-litre] V12 engines. This is just the beginning.

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Thunberg cleverly replied, to the delight of the internet, “Yes, please educate me.” Smalldickenergy@getalife.com is my email address.

Tate responded to Thunberg’s comments with an awkward video tirade in which she called Thunberg a “slave of the matrix,” but things quickly turned more serious as she and her brother Tristan were both arrested in Romania on December 29 for human trafficking.

According to the BBC, he has been kept in the Eastern European country for 30 days.

Additionally, it has been claimed that a social media rumor, which stated that the video contained a pizza box, ultimately led to his arrest as it was discovered that he was in Romania, unrelated to the interrogation.

Musk recently expressed his opinion on Thunberg. The post was by the satirical magazine The Babylon Bee, and it linked to an item with the following headline: “New Greta Thunberg Thermostat Scoops at You When You Turn the Heat Up.” He commented on the post sharing his views on the matter.

Elon Musk said, “The sheer level of brand recognition gained by Greta within a few years is remarkable.” Actually, I think she’s cool.

According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Musk has suffered the worst wealth loss in recent history. His net worth declined by $208 billion, which is almost equal to Greece’s annual GDP.

After Twitter users voted for him to quit in a poll earlier this month, And Elon Musk said he would step down as the company’s CEO as soon as he found “somebody crazy enough to accept the job.””

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