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Musk Trolls AOC After Criticism: ‘Stop Hitting on Me’

'Whatever else may be the case, it shows that Twitter under Musk will be entertaining, even if it won’t be profitable...'

(John RansomHeadline USA) In a battle of super-egos, billionaire Elon Musk trolled Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), after AOC criticized an unnamed billionaire for slanting too far rightward.

“Tired of having to collectively stress about what explosion of hate crimes is happening bc some billionaire with an ego problem unilaterally controls a massive communication platform and skews it because Tucker Carlson or Peter Thiel took him to dinner and made him feel special,” said AOC via Twitter.

“Stop hitting on me, I’m really shy,” Musk replied.

Musk, of course, was referring to the time that AOC claimed on Twitter that Republicans were obsessed with her because they just wanted to date her, but couldn’t.

But in the widespread reporting of the exchange between Musk and AOC, the liberal media ignored that backstory.

Criticism of AOC was generated when she and her boyfriend visited Florida in the midst of the pandemic and were photographed in Florida without masks, thereby generating tons of criticism from Republicans.

“If Republicans are mad they can’t date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend’s feet. Ya creepy weirdos,” she tweeted, according to the Daily Mail.

“It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women,& LGBT+ people in general,” AOC added.

In her exchange with Musk, AOC claimed that she was referring to Facebook/Meta billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, not Musk.

“I was talking about Zuckerberg but ok,” the New York lawmaker replied, according to Yahoo News.

AOC later deleted that tweet for unknown reasons.

Whatever else may be the case, it shows that Twitter under Musk will be entertaining, even if it won’t be profitable.

Musk told banks when putting together the deal to finance Twitter that he would slash executive and board pay and put together a plan to monetize tweets, something that Twitter has been highly criticized for not implementing previously and was the main reason it became a takeover target.

“Elon Musk told banks that agreed to help fund his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) that he could crack down on executive and board pay at the social media company in a push to slash costs, and would develop new ways to monetize tweets, three people familiar with the matter said,” according to Reuters.

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