Elon Musk recently compared himself with Batman. Bruce Wayne as a character is so complex that finding a comparison between him and a person, in reality, would be difficult. His morals and his ideas make him unique and his resources and precious mind make him a highly interesting character. Even if someone tried comparing themselves to Bruce Wayne, there would always be one factor or more that would prove otherwise.
To think that Elon Musk tried to do exactly that would be absurd. It is not untrue and the CEO of Twitter did, in fact, try to compare himself to the Dark Knight. Many would disagree with this and The Batman 2 writer was first in line to prove him otherwise.
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Elon Musk Thinks He’s Just Like Batman
Elon Musk has lately been comparing himself to a few superheroes. Starting with Dr. Manhattan from Watchmen and now the Caped Crusader himself. The founder of SpaceX believes that he is a masked vigilante looming in the streets of Gotham watching over his people. Twitter is known for the random and absurd tweets one might find on the platform but no one could have imagined the CEO comparing himself to Bruce Wayne. Perhaps the only thing they have in common is also what Bruce considers his superpower; their money.
When Mattson Tomlin came across this tweet, it was impossible for him to not prove Musk otherwise. He replied with a simple ‘nope’ and a laughing emoji which tears in its eyes. This only showed just how wrong Musk had been by comparing himself to a man so complex and who takes it upon himself to save people in the dead of night. Batman is a vigilante by night and a genius billionaire by day. Maybe what they do have in common is their day jobs. However, comparing himself to Bruce Wayne was more humoristic than Musk would have hoped for.
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Elon Musk To Step Down As CEO Of Twitter Soon
The backlash that Elon Musk received when he became CEO of Twitter was a sight to behold. Every step he took only led to him getting more hate. The hate became so intense that celebrities and those who used Twitter would openly insult him and would either quit Twitter altogether or move to a difficult platform.
When Musk asked on a poll whether or not he should step down as the CEO, most people voted for him to give up his position. Elon Musk has since then stated that he will oblige to the decision taken and is now looking for someone to replace him for the position.
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