Post of Elon Musk fighting a sumo wrestler goes viral, here's how Twitter CEO reacts
The new Twitter CEO Elon Musk often hits the headlines, from making new policies on social media or mass employees firing, the billionaire always ensures that every move from his side creates a buzz on the internet. This time, the world’s richest man shared an old post from his official Twitter handle that went viral on all the social media platforms.
Originally the post has been shared by a Twitter user named DogeDesigner, where Musk was seen fighting with a big sumo wrestler. The user captioned the viral photo where he wrote that Elon Musk is fighting a sumo wrestler. He replied by writing that 8 years of pain from a crushed disc.
Take a look at the viral post of Elon Musk fighting with Sumo wrestler
Ever since the post come into the limelight, it garnered thousands of likes and reshares in no time. Many users also bombarded in the comment section in order to share their opinion about the same.
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One of the users commented that he looks nice. He looks good. I know someone with the same scar and surgery, although it was a different disc replacement. The scar is cool, though, the user added. Another one wrote that is nothing in the world that he can not do because he can not be good at everything. While the third user criticized him for his wrong technique of standing during the fight. He asked the SpaceX CEO to learn the basic rules of the fight and then come to the ring.
This is not the first time Musk has shared such post on his Twitter handle. In order to hook his audience on his social media platforms, he often shares funny memes. One Tuesday,, he shared a funny post, under which a skeleton was seen holding a phone with the caption that reads be careful to not almost die from using this app (Twitter) too long on the toilet, I speak from experience, he added in the caption.
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