Billionaire Roundup: Elon Musk Edition (With A Side Of Kim And Kanye)
First of all, we welcome Kanye West to the comma club. Just a few years ago, the headlines were screaming “Kanye is broke” and now watch it! We have tea to spill behind the front doors of the Kardashian-West house. Other than that, this is a pretty special edition of the Billionaire Roundup because it is the one in which Elon Musk finally lost what was in his mind and went all out on Howard Hughes. Someone has to step in and take Twitter off of him because the things he posted are co-coo for Cocoa Puffs. Buckle up, revelers, we’re going on a wild ride.
Kim casts shadow on Kanye’s parenting skills
While Kanye west can revel in his billionaire status, would have, his wife, Kim Kardashian, is not so happy with him. Reports are surfacing that he is on his last nerves. Girl, you feel, isolating yourself with him must be exhausting. That said, apparently Kim contests the lack of parenting of their four children, North, 6, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2 and Psalm, 11 months old. Kim said that the whole parenting role falls to her because Kanye focuses on her creativity. We hope they will get out. Rumors of divorce have already circulated around the couple as well as reports that Kim felt trapped in their marriage. Isolation induced by the coronavirus probably does not help.
Elon Musk pushes conspiracy theories on Twitter
Oh, all of you, Elon Musk has to stop taking his medication or something because his tweets are crazier than ever. This week, he posted a tweet that said, “California hospitals are half empty all this time.” He then pushed the story that, because hospitals are not criticized like those in New York, the government basically put us under house arrest. He then posted a bunch of “Free America Now” tweets and made less and less sense (as if he was doing it) as he went along.
Elon Musk selling all his possessions, will not own any house
Friday May 1, Elon Musk tweeted “I sell almost all physical goods. I will not own a house.” He continued with “only one stipulation for sale: I am the owner of Gene Wilder’s old house. It cannot be destroyed or lose its soul.” And then “My friend” Grimezsz is mad at me. And I bet she’s the way she’s going to give birth to the couple’s baby next week. After that, Musk started tweeting the words of the star banner. Musk has been a staunch critic of the global pandemic response as well as California home support orders. When he called Tesla’s first-quarter results on Wednesday, April 29, he called them fascists. He said, “It breaks people’s freedoms horribly and wrongly, not why they came to America or built this country. What is this FK? Excuse me. Outrage. ” Musk owns several homes in California valued at more than $ 100 million, including six adjacent homes in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles. Later, he tweeted that possessions weigh you down and that he is dedicated to Earth and Mars. It’s you, Elon.
Elon Musk’s tweets wipe out $ 14 billion from Tesla’s valuation
After Musk’s tirade on Twitter, Tesla’s shares fell more than 10% and wiped out $ 14 billion in business value. He also tweeted that Tesla’s stock was too high, which helped sell the shares. A few minutes after Musk tweeted “Tesla share is too high, IMO shares” fell sharply. As of this writing, Tesla stock is down 10.3% to $ 701.32. When the market opened on Friday, May 1, the shares were trading at $ 770.49. Thursday morning, the shares were trading at $ 855.70.