His ideas included "Woke James Bond" and “Irony Man,” who defeats villains using the power of irony," he wrote.
Everything was just initiated with a tweet from Last Week Tonight writer Kelsea Bauman-Murphy. She re-posted a photograph that Richard Branson had posted prior to actually his journey to the international space station and returned.
“To have billions of money and THOSE cabinets?” she tweeted while holding up the photo. “What is the point?” she added. Branson and Musk are shown posing in front of the kitchen cabinets described earlier. Fans reacted to her message with a variety of responses, and one from Elon Musk.
“It was Richard’s rental house, which overall is great, but I agree regarding the cabinets haha,” he wrote. That, however, wasn’t all. Musk also hilariously posted his own issue regarding the photo.
“This was 3 am, the day of the flight. Wasn’t expecting this brutal pic of me to be posted, but oh well,” he added.
Too far, the post has received over 75,000 likes and continuing. It has received almost 1,900 retweets as well. “You look great,” wrote a Twitter user. “You look great. Don’t be so hard on yourself,” shared another.
Murphy also shared response and wrote, “Elon Musk all I want is for you to have a happy life with nice cabinets and hemmed pants. I also would like money. From you. Please.”
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