SpaceX spent $80 million on Ukraine, 0 on Russia, Elon tweets after Zelenskyy asks people 'which Musk they like more, one who supports Ukraine or Russia' : The Tribune India

SpaceX spent $80 million on Ukraine, 0 on Russia, Elon tweets after Zelenskyy asks people 'which Musk they like more, one who supports Ukraine or Russia'

SpaceX spent $80 million on Ukraine, 0 on Russia, Elon tweets after Zelenskyy asks people 'which Musk they like more, one who supports Ukraine or Russia'


Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, October 4

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that SpaceX's out-of-pocket cost to support Ukraine has been $80 million so far. "Our support for Russia is $0. Obviously, we are pro Ukraine," he added.

His tweet came after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy took a poll asking people which Musk they like more, the one who supports Ukraine or the one who supports Russia.

Musk was slammed by Ukrainian officials and President Zelenskyy for his Tweets advising on how to bring about "peace" amid the ongoing war between Moscow and Kyiv.

Tesla CEO floated a number of ideas to solve the conflict, asking his followers to vote "yes" or "no" on his proposals, which included formally allowing Russia to annex Crimea.

Not happy over the billionaire's comments, Ukrainian former Ambassador to Germany Andrij Melnyk nailed Musk.

"Fuck off is my very diplomatic reply to you," Melnyk said in a Tweet.

"The only outcome that now no Ukrainian will EVER buy your f...ing tesla crap. So good luck to you," he said in another tweet.

While Zelenskyy tweeted offering two responses: one who supports Ukraine, one who supports Russia: "Which @elonmusk do you like more?,"

#elon musk #Russia #tesla #Ukraine #zelenskyy

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