Elon Musk's playful ribbing of Mark Zuckerberg has escalated considerably.
The owner of Twitter and the founder of Facebook have been exchanging verbal blows, leading to rumors that they might end up in a boxing match.
If they indeed step into the ring, it would potentially shatter all existing pay-per-view records. The concept of two of the wealthiest individuals globally duking it out is certainly high-profile entertainment.
Although the outcome of a potential fight is uncertain, it's indisputable that Musk would outclass Zuckerberg - who recently debuted his Twitter rival, Threads - in the sphere of jesting and trash-talking.
How can we be so certain? Simply because no one engages in online teasing quite like Musk does. He seems to thrive on such banter and it forms an integral part of his routine. It's a never-ending cycle, and he's managed to elevate this practice to an unpredicted level.
While a physical confrontation between the two still remains a possibility, Musk unleashed a barrage of posts on Twitter over the weekend. Firstly, he referred to Zuckerberg as a "cuck," (a term you might want to search if you're unfamiliar with it), before launching a series of relentless jabs.
"I suggest a literal d*ck measuring contest," Musk tweeted in the late hours of Sunday night.
Indeed, Elon Musk proposes to resolve this conflict once and for all in a rather unconventional manner, which involves a ruler and a fair amount of audacity.
These two really must step into the ring. There's simply no alternative. Even if the viewing fee was set at $200, enthusiasts would willingly pay it.
Elon Musk, with a net worth somewhere around $245 billion, is a visionary transforming our world. Yet, amidst all his pursuits, he finds the time to instigate a rather unconventional contest with a fellow billionaire.
Isn't this amusing? Aren't you entertained? Elon Musk is a pioneer in rocket and electric car technology, with a fortune amounting to hundreds of billions. Still, he doesn't shy away from the occasional teenage-like antics intended to whip up a little chaos and drama.
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