May Musk warns people not to be mean to her 'genius son'

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 May Musk asked people not to be mean to her 'genius son' /></p><p>SpaceX founder's mom stands up for her son after another flurry of criticism</p><p> Elon Musk on his recently acquired Twitter. This is reported by the Mirror.</p><p>Musk criticized her son's haters and said that she always knew that her son was growing up to be a genius.</p><p>Since buying Twitter, Elon Musk has faced two waves of criticism. The first was a reaction to the introduction of new features on Twitter, including the coveted blue checkmark, which became available to anyone who pays for it.</p><p>This feature was previously used to identify “famous” people, public figures and brands to show that their account is genuine. After Musk's innovations, anyone who wants to pay a monthly subscription would soon be able to apply a “blue check” to their page. The function was launched, but was perceived very negatively and was soon withdrawn.</p><p>The second stage of the billionaire's activity on Twitter was the massive layoffs of employees around the world. Some employees woke up to find their laptops remotely wiped and their access to corporate systems blocked.</p><p>A memo told them to go home if they were heading to work, as their passes would not work.< /p></p><p>But for the mother of the founder of SpaceX, none of this really matters.</p><p>“I'm happy to report that SpaceX and Tesla are in the hands of my brilliant son, though a brilliant son,” she explained and added that although we admire him for his genius, we do not want to be him, because in these companies he is very hated.</p><p>She ended the BBC interview with a sincere request to people, especially the media, be mean to him”.</p>  <script async src=

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