‘He should look at himself in the mirror!’: Taylor Swift fans SLAM Elon Musk after he compares the singer to ‘Napoleon Dynamite in drag’ in yet another bizarre Twitter rant
Taylor Swift fans have been left furious after Elon Musk mocked the songstress’ looks, comparing her to movie character Napoleon Dynamite ‘in drag’, in yet another bizarre social media rant.
In the since deleted post the Twitter CEO, 51, shared a snap of the Bad Blood songstress, 33, next to actor Jon Heder in the 2004 comedy with his ginger perm and thick glasses.
Writing: ‘[I] am a [Taylor Swift] fan – of course – but how do we know for sure they’re different people?.
Alongside the photos it read: ‘When you realise Taylor Swift is actually Napoleon Dynamite in drag’.
One said, “He’s so bitter and she won’t acknowledge him,”
another echoed the statement, writing, “He needs her attention so badly,”
another One asked, “Did Taylor Swift do something worthy of Elon Musk?”
A fifth joked, “Can we just leave Earth?”
A sixth said, “He’s gone too far.” I’m sick of Elon.
A seventh wrote, “He needs to leave her alone,” while a sixth added, “I don’t care about that guy.”
Another wrote, “Swifties (Taylor Swift’s Fans) will really get him better.
Cult.” This comedy tells the story of Napoleon, a socially clumsy teenager who wants to help his friend win the seat of class president.
We have reached out to Taylor’s representative for comment.
Post: In the since deleted post the Twitter CEO, 51, shared a snap of the Bad Blood songstress, 33, next to actor Jon Heder in the 2004 comedy with his ginger perm and thick glasses
Elon has previously shared numerous eye-brow raising Tweets and back in 2020 one managed to sent stocks of his electric car company on a free fall.
The Tesla founder announced that he felt the company’s stock price was ‘too high’, before revealing he was planning to sell of his physical possessions.
The subsequent share drop erased around $13 billion from Tesla’s market value and nearly $3 billion from the value of Musk’s stake.
The same year he also dismissed rising fears over the coronavirus outbreak as ‘dumb’, despite the US death toll rising by five in a single day at the time.
Two years later in 2022 Elon dissed Bill Gates on Twitter, posting a photo of the Microsoft mogul alongside Apple’s controversial pregnant man emoji ‘in case you need to kill a boner.
Musk, the world’s richest person and chief executive of the American company, posted a follow-up image in response to the post of six hooded figured captioned ‘shadow ban council reviewing Tweet.’
The pregnant man emoji is aimed at being inclusive to transgender people – with Musk frequently taking aim at what he sees as overreach, while repeatedly insisting that he bears no ill-will towards the LGBTQ community.