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Elon Musk and the Russian Language
May 23, 2020 16:12


The founder of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, wrote in Russian on his Twitter again. The billionaire confessed that he likes the way this language sounds. 

Once again, the American billionaire Elon Musk responded in Russian to a user’s message asking, “How do you like this, Elon Mask?”

The founder of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, wrote about his love for the sound of the Russian language. In response to the message, the entrepreneur received many tweets from Russian-speaking users.

It is not the first time, when Musk  communicates in Russian on the net. In early May, he turned in Russian to the former US Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, calling him a " (boring idiot)." This happened after Reich reacted to an article in The Washington Post that talked about Musk’s threats to transfer production from California to Texas and Nevada, as Alamida County authorities prohibited the company from working due to coronavirus-related restrictions. The former minister decided that “Musk is threatening to fire people if he is not allowed to risk their health.” In response, the billionaire first called Reich “an idiot” in Russian, and then apologized and noted that he wanted to write “a boring idiot”.

In addition, in February 2019, Musk responded to the publication of the NTV channel about the model of the old Lada, which judging by the video, moved backwards. In response, the billionaire wrote in Russian " (haha awesome)."

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian language Russian International    

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