Two Men Try To Murder Elon Musk With…

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, during a question-and-answer session for Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting, noted that there have been multiple attempts on his life in the past seven months for no apparent reason other than his social and business prominence via The Express.



It has been noted that the response stemmed from an investor’s inquiry asking the billionaire what he’s doing to take care of himself with his high-profile nature. This Tesla investor asked Musk:

“In the context of being a shareholder, unlocking these values of optimists, we need you, and just, with all the global uncertainty, you’re so high-profile that I just want to make sure you’re doing everything to take care of yourself.”

Musk replied: “It is getting a little crazy these days. You know, like, to first approximation, the probability that a homicidal maniac will try to kill you is proportional to how many homicidal maniacs hear your name.”

The Tesla co-founder laughed and said: “They hear my name a lot, and I’m like, ok, I’m on the list.”

Musk added: “We [Tesla] actually did have two homicidal maniacs in the last roughly seven months, come to aspirationally try to kill me and a bunch of other people, so it’s not just me, and there wasn’t an actual issue that they articulated — they were just, you know, in the homicidal maniac career.”

The billionaire further stated that a primary downside of prioritizing his safety is that he seems more standoffish to others, noting that he has stopped signing things publicly.

Musk also referenced how musician John Lennon frequently sang about spreading peace during his solo career and time with The Beatles, yet fan Mark David Chapman fatally shot him.

The Tesla CEO said: “I will endeavor to stay alive.”

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