ELON Musk has posted a cryptic tweet showing an image that claims social media has replaced sex and drugs. The tweet currently has hundreds of t
ELON Musk has posted a cryptic tweet showing an image that claims social media has replaced sex and drugs.
The tweet currently has hundreds of thousands of likes and thousands of retweets.
Musk tweeted this on May 27[/caption]
The billionaire is trying to buy Twitter for $44billion[/caption]
It shows two diagrams with the title “Life of an Artist”.
The diagram to the left is intended to depict the life of an artist in 1985.
It suggests that “sex, drugs & rock and roll” took up a large amount of an artist’s time.
A smaller portion of the diagram shows that a lower percentage of time was spent “creating art”.
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The section of the diagram remains the same as the one to the right, which intends to depict the life of an artist in 2022.
The only difference is that “sex, drugs & rock and roll” has been replaced by “social media”.
Musk did not add any of his own words to the post.
It’s unclear whether Musk considers himself an artist but he is a big fan of social media and recently offered to buy Twitter for $44billion.
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That deal is currently on hold as Musk waits for more details on the amount of Twitter accounts that are actually bots.
The billionaire caused controversy earlier this month with a tweet about whether Twitter is telling the truth about how many of its users are actually fake.
Musk tweeted: “Twitter claims that >95% of daily active users are real, unique humans. Does anyone have that experience?”
He then added a poll to the tweet and gave users less than 24 hours to reply to two options.
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The options are two crying laughing faces or “Who me!?” followed by a robot emoji.
Both poll answers show that Musk clearly isn’t taking Twitter’s claims at face value.
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