Elon Musk, the multibillionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceX is regarded as one of the coolest entrepreneurs ever. He is an inspiration to many youngsters out there, who look up to him as their role model.
Elon Musk is very active on the micro-blogging site Twitter. He has gained a huge fan base on Twitter because of his hilarious sense of humor and his witty tweets. He often takes out time from his busy schedule and interacts with his fans. His Tweets never fail to go viral on Twitter because of his sense of humor.
Recently, he was at it again. Elon Musk took a hilarious dig at WhatsApp owing to its recent security fiasco. Elon labeled it as a platform that comes with a free phone hack risk.
Well, WhatsApp has not had a good run lately. It has come under the scanner after its role in the alleged hacking of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s phone, which has put the security and privacy of the platform in a questionable position.
Taking a jibe at Whatsapp, Elon Musk shared an image that showed the different versions of the robotic arm featuring Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, and Whatsapp. While the image has no hidden meaning but it was the caption of the image that caught everyone’s attention. Sharing the image he wrote:
“New emoji! Last one comes with free phone hack.”
Here, check out the Tweet of Elon Musk:
New emoji! Last one comes with free phone hack. pic.twitter.com/T3jjwZycog
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 6, 2020
Twitterati also came up with hilarious reactions and memes in the comment section. Here. check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
We need new car emojis … all of these are terrible lol 🚗🚙🚘
— Viv 🐉 (@flcnhvy) February 6, 2020
— CΞSC P. (@cesc_pinyol) February 6, 2020
— Tweets on a Mug (@tweetsonamug) February 6, 2020
Emojication it seems. pic.twitter.com/bp0DJkVVBN
— Pranay Pathole (@PPathole) February 7, 2020
This is still the best bicep. pic.twitter.com/H2triXoIP2
— Quinn Nelson (@SnazzyQ) February 6, 2020
— World of Engineering (@engineers_feed) February 6, 2020
Hey Elon, can you pull some weight and get a few more rocket Emoji? 🚀 This one is not cutting it.
— Geoff Barrett 🚀 (@GeoffdBarrett) February 6, 2020
In Musk We Trust.
— Jesus Christ (@LegitGod) February 6, 2020