August 7, 2022

Elon Musk shares photo of meeting with Pope Francis

Tesla CEO billionaire Elon Musk emerged from a Twitter hiatus recently to make an announcement that presumably nobody saw coming — an announcement that involved the Vatican.

According to Breitbart, breaking his silence on Twitter came with a huge surprise, as Musk tweeted out a photo of himself meeting with Pope Francis, along with four of Musk’s teen children. The photo showed the group standing on both sides of the pope, clearly keeping social distancing in mind.

Reportedly, it isn’t uncommon for Pope Francis to meet with high-profile celebrities, which often takes place at a private reception room within the halls of the Vatican hotel, where the pope resides.

Pope Francis often asks wealthy businessmen and celebrities to use their resources to help the poor around the world.

Musk also shared a tribute to a mega-popular YouTube gamer who recently died after a bout with stage 4 cancer. He then shared a simple text post suggesting he was “bored.”

Musk’s bid to acquire Twitter and take it private has hit several roadblocks, even with the Twitter board recently approving the sale. Musk has been at odds with the social media platform over the true number of “bots” or fake accounts that it actually has. Twitter had previously filed paperwork in which it stated that roughly 5% of the platform’s users are bots, while in reality, some, including Musk, believe that number could be 20% or more.

Obviously, if the number of bots is higher than the 5%, it hamstrings the total amount of potential monetization of its user base. Many believe that the situation will ultimately bust the deal between Musk and Twitter, unless the company offers to sell it for far less than the $44 billion on which it originally agreed.

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