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The billionaire and founder of Tesla, Elon Musk, once again expressed his rejection of the war that Russia continues against Ukraineand thus made it noticeable in a very unique way, challenged President Vladimir Putin via Twitter message to a hand-to-hand combat to dispute the Ukrainian territory.
The message that already has more than 260,000 reactions says: “I challenge Vladimir Putin to single combat. The prize is Ukraine.”
In another message, addressed to the official account of the Russian Presidency (@KremlinRussia_E), Musk asked: Do you accept the fight?
Receiving immediate response, not from Putin, but from Dmitry Rogozin, director of Roscosmos, who, in addition to responding in an “elegant” way with a poem by the Russian writer Alexander S. Pushkin, pointed out Musk as a “weak”.
“You little devil are still young… it would just be a waste of time; face my brother first,” replied Rogozin.
For his part, Ukraine’s deputy prime minister, Mykhailo Fedorov, also joined the online dispute, stating that he was “sure that Musk can send Putin to Jupiter.”
The rain of messages of all kinds continue on the social network, which many have described as a joke, “I need some of that you’re taking bro,” replied Travladd Crypto, a cryptocurrency expert.
“Elon Musk, I would not advise you to compete with Putin. They are too different weight classes. And it’s not even about martial arts or, say, judo. How do you imagine it?” Chechnya President Ramzan Kadyrov wrote.
This is not the first time that Musk has spoken out against Russia’s actionseven sending support to SpaceX Starlink satellites to try to restore Internet service interruptions in Ukraine caused by the bombings.
The announcement of that decision came from SpaceX President of Operations Gwynne Shotwell, who said the company had been working for weeks to get approval for Starlink services in Ukraine before a government minister tweeted a request to Musk. .
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