Elon Musk was booed at Dave Chappelle’s San Francisco show: Watch – Hollywood Life +2023

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“Ladies and gentlemen, make noise for the richest man in the world” David Chappelle said during his show Sunday (December 11) at the Chase Center in San Francisco. came out Elon Musk, and while some in the audience cheered the 51-year-old billionaire, video footage of the moment shows the Twitter owner was met with a wall of boos. “You didn’t expect that, did you?” Musk said to Chappelle, 49, who joked that those boos were some of them Elon fired 3,700 people after acquiring the social media platform. (“It sounds like some of the people you fired are in the audience.”)

The owner of the original video appeared to have had his Twitter account suspended (“either because the fanboys were set on it or something more nefarious, I’m not sure what”, assumed British journalist Chris Stokel-Walker, who re-shared the video). Elon tried to do some damage control on Monday. “Technically it was 90% cheers and 10% boos (except during quiet times), but that’s still a lot of boos, which is a first for me in real life (frequently on Twitter).”

Twitter user James Yu claims he was there and contradicted Elon’s claims. “A good 80 percent of the stadium boos. 18,000 people. and he withers. Like absolutely turning into a corn cob. ‘What can I say??’ He says. Dave tries to salvage the situation but to no avail. I can’t believe he came and did this. No value at all. “And here is the richest man in the world,” Dave introduced him. Totally justified. Dave gave him so many opportunities to speak but he just put his hands in his pockets.”

Elon also slammed “SF’s left out of joint” in his tweet and continued with his work Right User Hospitality. He tweeted Monday, “The wake mind virus is either defeated or nothing else matters.” On Dec. 11, he tweeted, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci,” before charging Anton Fauci from “[lying] to Congress” without presenting any evidence.

Elon before spending $44 billion to buy Twitter. (David Fischer/Shutterstock)

Musk actually started the week as the second richest person in the world. Tesla shares fell 4% Monday morning, Forbes reports, and the drop sapped nearly $5 billion from Musk’s net worth. He’s now worth an estimated $184 billion Bernard Arnault from LVMH, which is worth $186 billion.

“[Tesla] lowering prices in China doesn’t help the stock.” Matt Maleysaid Miller Tabak’s chief marketing strategist forbes. “There was also a negative article in the WSJ’s Heard on the Street column, so that seems to be the main reason for today’s decline…[But] The big problem is that many investors have lost some confidence in Tesla because Musk is being forced to focus so much of his attention on Twitter.”

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