5 instances when world’s richest man Elon Musk drew our attention, read details

5 instances when world's richest man Elon Musk drew our attention, read details

Elon Musk is the richest man in the world. He is a well-known entrepreneur and business magnate who was born in South Africa. He founded a number of businesses, including Tesla Motors and SpaceX. As CEO of Tesla Inc., he was paid $595.3 million in 2019.

Elon Musk-run SpaceX created a unique world record by successfully launching 143 small satellites. The firm broke the record previously held by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), which launched 104 satellites in 2017.

Today, he is the richest man in the world with a potential wealth of $229.6 billion. Elon Musk is an internet sensation renowned for his luxury life.  In this article, we will take a look at the 5 instances when Elon Musk caught our eyeballs.

Humans will go to Mars in 5 years: Elon Musk

“I’ll be astonished if we don’t land on Mars within five years,” Musk said in an interview with Time magazine

Elon Musk replies to Tesla owner’s complaint in 3 min; fixes it & gives an update

Elon Musk’s electric vehicle venture Tesla saw its application crash for some users for a few hours on Friday. It left them without keyless access to their cars.

This is mainly due to the fact that some Tesla users utilise the Tesla app in a bid to gain access to their cars. So when a Tesla user took to his Twitter handle to share his problem, he got a reply from the world’s richest man in just three minutes.

A man from South Korea wrote: “I’m experiencing 500 server error to connect my @tesla Model 3 on my iOS app in Seoul, S.Korea. Seems like this is a worldwide issue. @elonmusk”

In reply, Elon Musk replied with an answer: “Checking…” and then fixed the error before sharing an update.

“Should be coming back online now. Looks like we may have accidentally increased the verbosity of network traffic. Apologies, we will take measures to ensure this doesn’t happen again,” Elon Musk wrote.

The customer couldn’t have asked for better service than this. He thanked Elon Musk for sorting out the issue as soon as possible.

When Elon Musk and his wife gave a surprising name to their son

Canadian singer Grimes and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk left fans totally confused when they disclosed they named their newborn son X AE A-12.

As per Fox News, the couple was delighted with questions regarding the pronunciation and meaning behind the name, which ended up being slightly changed after his birth.

In a recent interview with Bloomberg about her upcoming online art exhibition, the singer had revealed she calls her newborn “Little X.”

The 32-year-old singer took to Instagram to reveal the change the couple made to their child’s name on last Sunday, considering that it reportedly wouldn’t be accepted legally in the state of California.

The “Oblivion” crooner told a fan that the pair replaced the number 12 from his name with “roman numerals” instead. She replied “X AE A-Xii,” without giving further detail regarding the reason behind the switch.

Woman thanks Elon Musk for following her on Twitter; this is how world’s richest man replied!

Imagine waking up in the morning just to look at your phone beside you and come to know that Elon Musk has started following you. What would be your first reaction?

A woman couldn’t control her emotions especially after Space X and Tesla CEO Elon Musk followed her on Twitter. The woman by the name of Rebecca thanked the Tesla CEO for following her on Twitter saying, “Thank you for the follow. I am delighted and honoured!”.

Nonetheless, soon after reading this tweet, Elon Musk had unfollowed the woman and replied, “Sorry’ accidental tap!”.

While responding to the Tesla CEO’s reply, the women tweeted, “Thanks for the accidental tap!”.

Upon Elon Musk’s reply, the netizens are going all crazy over the reactions. Responding to the Tesla CEO reply of ‘accidental tap’, one of the Twitter users asked him if he could ‘accidentally’ follow her as well.

Meanwhile, another user thought that the “accidental tap” was done by none other than the tech billionaire’s son X Æ A-Xii. “That must have been little X messing around,” he wrote. Space X and Tesla CEO was quick with his reply and said, “He does like to play with my phone. There are many confusing videos he has taken.”

“Made in China things” – Indian guy mocked China; Elon Musk taught him a lesson!

We all know how tough it is to launch a satellite because it requires extensive research, knowledge, hard work, grit and dedication of people for big projects. Even if they do it by putting in all the effort, there might be a glitch in the process.

The entire process indeed takes quite an effort, time to figure out what went wrong and what needs to be done to bring it back on track. While China experienced a rocket launch failure, some Indians took to social media and trolled China for its failure.

Netizens savagely trolled China by talking about ‘Made in China’ due to the ‘short life’ connected with China-produced goods that are available in the market. An Indian guy mocked China in a reply to Elon Musk’s tweet saying, “Well what else can you expect from Made in China things??”.

Earlier, Tesla man and Space X CEO, Elon Musk tweeted: “I know how painful that is to the people who designed & built it.” The South African-born Canadian-American business tycoon posted the tweet on his Twitter timeline with the sorry message.

Musk also came across the Indian guy’s tweet mocking China for its rocket launch failure. The entrepreneur gave an epic reply to his tweet in a professional manner. He reserved the highest respect for China for building some top quality products. His tweet highlighting China and its ability to manufacture quality products went viral on social media.

Elon Musk’s tweet reads: “Actually, China manufacturing quality is excellent. Among other things, that’s where iPhones, many Android phones & most laptops are made.”

Meanwhile, netizens applauded Elon Musk for being humble. One of the users wrote: “Nice to see some compassion and understanding from someone public on my Twitter feed today. Wish politics had a little more of that.”