Elon Musk tweeted on Tuesday, the question of whether it “strange” that the British rescue diver, he is accused of being a “pedo” just last month, sued him.
Tech billionaire Elon Musk stoked the controversy again on Tuesday, after he the question of whether it “strange” that the British diver, he seemed to accuse the last month of a pedophile is not yet indicted him.
In a series of back-and-forth tweets with a Twitter user with the name Yoda, Musk and asked: “You think it not strange, he is not sued me? He was offered free legal services.”
The tweet was a response to the user, after he said that it would be “wonderful” if the SpaceX founder and Tesla CEO apply his “dedication to facts and the truth” when he called the British diver Vern Unsworth — who has helped in the rescue of a Thailand soccer team trapped in a cave-a “pedo.”
I think a lot of things are strange, elon. what I think is particularly strange here is that you’re wondering why he is not called upon, while the rest of us are wondering why you have something of such a serious nature, that he could sue you for in the first place.
— drew olanoff (@yoda) August 28, 2018
Musk asked the Twitter user if he had investigated the diver, to which he sarcastically replied: “the world must be the police, your lack of filter and all that comes after. That is very useful.”
“And hey. sue you, he may still be possible. or someone else that you have whack-a-moled without thinking about it,” the user tweeted.
The answer to the question @yoda. You brought it up, not me. Do you investigate or not? If so, what did you actually do?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 28, 2018
The quarrel between Unsworth and Musk began after the diver is in being called the tech-investor idea for building a mini-sub to help with the rescue of the 12 boys and their football coach, useless.
Musk claimed that his words were “spoken in anger” after Unsworth reportedly told him to “engage in a sexual act with the mini-sub.”
“Nevertheless, his actions against me, not to justify my actions against him, and for that I apologize to Mr Unsworth and the companies that I represent as a leader,” Musk tweeted. “The error is mine and mine only.”
Unsworth said that he is not ruling out taking legal action against Musk on the tweets.
The Thai football team of young boys over the past two weeks in the cave before being rescued on July 10. It took officials three days to extract all 12 boys and their 25-year-old football coach out of the cave.
Musk is the use of Twitter has led to a bit of a rebellion as of late.
The Tesla CEO sent shares into a frenzy earlier this month when he tweeted that he is considering to take the company public. Musk later issued a statement that Tesla would remain a publicly traded company.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter from Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.