Elon Musk’s cryptic tweet about how he could die is making the internet buzz

Tesla CEO and soon-to-be Twitter father Elon Musk tweeted about dying under ‘mysterious circumstances’. The recent tweet fueled speculation on social media.

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted, “When I die under mysterious circumstances, it was nice to know you. Then his mother, Maye Musk, replied, “That’s not funny.”

Musk replied to his mother, “Sorry! I’ll do my best to stay alive.”

His followers speculated on what the tweet was referring to. Some even linked Musk’s tweets to antivirus software mogul John McAfee. The latter died in 2021 under mysterious circumstances while incarcerated in a Spanish prison.

In October 2020, a court indicted and arrested John McAfee on a tax evasion case. This incident came after the US Securities and Exchange Commission revealed it had received separate charges against McAfee.

The US government has sued the entrepreneur for proclaiming to his Twitter followers about cryptocurrencies without disclosing that he was receiving payments.

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McAfee also referred to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein also allegedly committed suicide in a New York prison in 2019. About this, McAfee tweeted: “I’m happy here. The food is good. Everything good. Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it won’t be my fault.”

In June 2021, McAfee died in his cell in Barcelona, ​​hours after officials planned his extradition to the US. Then the Spanish court ruled that he died by suicide.

The deaths of these two prominent figures gave Twitter users the idea that Musk may have been referring to the Clintons. This concerns the conspiracy theory of the Clintons’ involvement in Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide.

Digital strategist Greg Price asked, “Do you have dirt on the Clintons?”

While comedian Tim Young tweeted, “Wait…what do you know about Hillary Clinton?”

After Musk’s tweet, “The Clintons” became trending on Twitter. On Sunday evening, it collected more than 52,000 re-tweets.

However, unlike Epstein and McAfee, who were in prison, Musk is a free man. While overlooking other details, Musk did not refer to the Clintons as his life threat. But he’s talking about the Russian government.

Immediately after Musk’s cryptic tweet, the SpaceX CEO posted a message from Dmitry Rogozin. He is a former Deputy Minister of Russia. In addition, Rogozin sent a statement to Russian media questioning Musk’s satellite company Starlink, as the internet connection gave the “Nazi Upper Battalion” access to the internet.

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Rogozin wrote in Russian with Musk’s translation: “From the testimony of the imprisoned commander of the 35th Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Dmitry Kormyankov, it appears that the Internet terminals of the Starling satellite company of Elon Musk were delivered to the militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and the Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol by military helicopters.”

Rogozin added: “According to our information, the delivery of the Starling equipment was carried out by the Pentagon. Elon Musk is thus involved in providing military communications equipment to the fascist forces in Ukraine. And for this, Elon, you will be held accountable as an adult – however much you fool yourself.”

Elon Musk tweeted: “The word ‘Nazi’ doesn’t mean what he seems to think it does.”

Though Musk has never denied connecting Ukrainians to the internet during these times of the Russian invasion.

In addition, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy has denied that the Azov battalion practices Nazism. The past extremisms associated with those ranks could be traced back to the Azov Battalion, a previously volunteer organization. But much has changed in Zelenskyy’s defense since then.

However, if we dig deep into the facts, it says otherwise, as several Kremlin critics died in suspicious and violent ways. A political rival of Vladimir Putin, Alexei Navalny, fell ill in 2020. He has been exposed to a Soviet-era nerve connection that led to his poisoning. The Kremlin denied all allegations of involvement.

Musk was not referring to the Clintons as a threat, but from Russia.

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