ELon Musk Mocks Bill Gates On Twitter After Confirming Leaked Texts Between The Two

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Elon Musk managed to make a hilarious jab against Bill Gates on Twitter earlier in April, comparing a photo of Gates to the infamous “pregnant man” emoji available on iPhones shortly after confirming a leaked text exchange between himself and Gates.

In this exchange, Musk asked Gates, “Do you still have a half-billion-dollar short position against Tesla?” Gates reportedly responded with, “Sorry to say I haven’t closed it out. I would like to discuss philanthropy possibilities.”

For those unaware of what Musk is referencing with a “short position against Tesla,” he’s referring to the notorious act of short selling a stock which basically entails someone hoping and betting on a stock to plummet in value so as to cash in on their speculation.

With Gates reportedly telling Musk that he still has that short position against Tesla, Musk replied that he couldn’t take Gates “seriously” when betting against Tesla as the company is leading the charge to reduce emissions by way of manufacturing electric vehicles.

“Sorry, but I cannot take your philanthropy on climate change seriously when you have a massive short position against Tesla, the company doing the most to solve climate change.”

There was of course speculation that the text exchange wasn’t the genuine article, so the original poster tagged Elon Musk on Twitter and asked him if the exchange was real.

Surprisingly, Musk responded in the thread, confirming the conversation did indeed take place while also sneaking in a pun regarding the phone call leaked to the New York Times between House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Liz Cheney.

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