The general manager of Tesla also noted that “not all billionaires are good, since we are dealing with humans after all.”
Elon Musk recommended Jeff Bezos ” less party and more work” if he wants to get to orbit, while expressing his opinion about it.
“Okay, I guess. It seems that spending a lot of time in the hot tub these days,” Musk wrote in response to a user’s question about if he thought that the founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, was, in general, “a good person”.
“If he wants to reach orbit, it would be advisable Less partying and more work,” he added.
Musk’s comments followed a Twitter poll asking his followers if they distrust politicians more or of the billionaires. 76% of the 3.4 million respondents voted for “political”.
The two tycoons, who share the same interest in space, occupy the first and second place of the richest men in the world, and have recently been opposed to the economic policy of the Joe Biden Administration.
The CEO of Tesla, already known for lashing out against his billionaire peers, also stressed that “surely not all billionaires are good, since we are dealing with humans after all.”
At the same time, Musk again criticized Bill Gates for betting against Tesla’s stock and revealed that he has “trust issues with him”.
“Since Gates still has a multi-million dollar short position against Tesla