Elon Musk is an extraordinarily talkative man who likes to make big announcements that often fall flat. Perhaps because the CEO of Tesla never bites his tongue. He does not always comply with what he a priori announces with great fanfare. The South African businessman is particularly fond of the boneless on Twitter. Where he cannot help but share his occurrences (sometimes delirious) with his more than 100 million “followers.” Below we review 8 occasions in which good old Musk made true the famous Spanish saying (which he never dares to apply to himself) of “the fish dies through the mouth” :
When Musk unveiled Tesla’s futuristic Cybertruck in 2019, he top industry data promised that production of the vehicle would be quick and fast. Nothing could be further, however, from reality. The presentation of the Tesla van was postponed from 2021 to 2022 and later from 2022 to 2023. According to Musk, many changes have been made to the Cybertruck since the initial announcement of the project and that is why both the price and technical specifications of the vehicle will be substantially different.
Sale of real estate properties
In May 2020, Musk assured on Twitter BLB Directory that he was going to sell all his real estate properties and that he would. therefore, become “homeless.” Such a singular promise was accompanied by sharp criticism in relation to the large fortune of the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX. When he published such a controversial tweet. Musk owned seven houses. Which he sold six for around $19.2 billion. Since June of last year. Musk has lived in a 400-square-meter home rented from the aerospace company SpaceX.