Miley Cyrus faces the brunt of social media after her banter with Elon Musk before she appeared on SNL on May 8.
It all began earlier this week when a fan tweeted a Photoshopped photo of the Tesla CEO sitting on top of a wrecked ball, referring to Cyrus’ hacking in 2013 titled Wrecking Ball.
“Maybe something is there,” the fan posted, prompting Cyrus to respond: “elonmusk I’m frustrated if I am! #MileyAndMusk to the moon!”
Soon, the 28-year-old singer’s tweet sparked a hornet’s nest and caused an attack from the anti-musk movement online.
Lisa B tweeted, “I like you, Miley. But there’s no way in Hell to see Elon Musk do anything. Honestly, people should interrupt this.”
Seymour Burns tweeted: “elonmusk is so embarrassing. Billionaires are immoral garbage (musk is a special kind of disgusting and unkind) as a result of a disrupted capitalist system that exploits the worker. MileyCyrus & @nbcsnl don’t care BC They are part of that system that supports inequality [sic]. “
“Sorry I’ll have to pass,” Jonathan Goel wrote, adding, “I will not watch any show hosted by the COVID denier Elon Musk. I was disappointed that Miley agreed.”
Musk’s upcoming appearance as host for NBC caused outrage among the cast members including Aidy Bryant and Bowen Yang.
For those who wonder why everyone hates musk, well, it all culminated in a series of public statements and tweets, which included describing the Coronavirus panic as “dumb” in a tweet in 2020, which he followed in September with the new saying The York Times said it will not He takes the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available, arguing that he and his children are not in danger, and assured that the virus has a low mortality rate.
More recently, it was also announced that “a group of people are likely to die” during a mission to Mars.