Elon Musk 'Deletes' Twitter Account Over NieR Automata Fan Art

Jeannie Matthews
June 20, 2019

He then declared that he "just deleted" his Twitter account.

It's unclear whether Musk actually tweeted or his account was hacked.

No one knows why Musk has changed his Twitter name to Daddy DotCom, originally a parenting website for new dads.

Musk's freaky response recieved a torrent more criticism and abuse, so the man did the only thing that a rich and powerful human being should do: namely, he Tweeted that he had deleted his account. In February, he suddenly changed his handle to "elontusk".

This exchange was eventually taken down and proceeded with the message that he has deleted his Twitter account and changing his photo for a black disk. Musk now has made a change in his Twitter account with another cryptic move.

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Twitter got Musk into trouble again in February when the SEC alleged a tweet about how many cars Tesla will manufacture this year represented another misleading statement and sought to hold him in contempt of court for violating the settlement.

Some have regarded this behavior as akin to a Twitter version of a tantrum and it further undermined the credibility of Musk's chosen platform to release information regarding his companies. Musk didn't immediately respond to request for comment.

That resulted in a new settlement that is supposed to put even tighter controls on his tweets about the company.

As soon as Musk posted the picture, which the 47-year-old presumably found while trawling 4chan or some shit, Twitter users encouraged him to properly credit the artist, to which he replied, quite simply, with "No".

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