Elon Musk says it is morally “wrong and stupid” to use the term billionaire as “belittling.”

The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, said it was “morally wrong and foolish” to use the word “billionaire” as an insult if a person uses their wealth to create products that make “millions of people happy.” In his Twitter account, he added that if he could, he would also waive charitable deductions and class actions. In addition, in response to a tweeter, the billionaire wrote, “I feel that billionaires are the most enjoyable when they try to make money, and the worst when they spend them to do good.”

Musk even polled Twitter and asked his 95 million followers what they had less confidence in politicians and billionaires. 3.3 million on Saturday. respondents said they had less confidence in politicians. Tesla CEO has even noted Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who recently said in an interview that she wants to return her Tesla electric car, made by a pro-union company. Musk asked Ocasio-Cortez to conduct a similar survey with his followers. It should be mentioned here that the billionaire has significantly rejected the Tesla Union in the past.

In another tweet released on Thursday, Musk said: “The union is just another corporation … It’s much better for companies to compete for your skills so you can choose as much as possible.” The post now received thousands of likes. Tesla CEO’s pro-billionaire Twitter posts were announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos. This meeting with millionaires and billionaires has been constantly criticized for the world’s failure to spend large sums of money on the world’s biggest problems, especially when people around the world are expected to face food shortages and other climate change challenges.

Musko on Twitter about Jack Dorsey

Elon Musk, who recently caused a stir after signing $ 44 billion. Earlier in the day, shortly after Winter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey resigned from the board of the microblogging site on Thursday, Musk joked that he was a fan of Dorset and hoped he was on board. The technical tycoon wrote, “I understand he needs to move on.” Dorsey has already resigned as CEO and has now left the board of Twitter Inc.

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