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Elon Musk ends Twitter hiatus after ‘being bored’, shares photo of himself with Pope


A Bloomberg report on Friday said the Tesla CEO and other billionaires collectively lost $1.4 trillion in the first six months of 2022. Musk saw his fortune plummet by $62 billion in the period.

A photo of Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his children posing with Pope Francis is going viral on the internet. Twitter/@elonmusk

Elon Musk is back on Twitter. The billionaire broke his 10-day hiatus from the social media platform with a series of posts, including one featuring Pope Francis.

Musk took to Twitter to pay tribute to Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade, who died aged 23 from cancer. The CEO of Tesla posted a photo containing a quote from a popular video game character, Sonic the Hedgehog. “If you leave your game, stay safe, stay alert, and whatever you do, DON’T DIE, because if you die outside of yours, the game NEVER regenerates! Game Over!”

In another post shortly after, Musk shared that he was “feeling…maybe…a little bored?” What followed was a photo of the entrepreneur with the Pope.

The richest man in the world posted a photo of himself and four of his children posing with the pope. “Honored to meet @Pontifex yesterday,” Musk wrote. Notably, his transgender daughter, Vivian Jenna Wilson, was not present in the image. Formerly known as Xavier Alexander Musk, the 18-year-old was recently granted permission by a court to change her name based on her gender. In court filings, she wrote that she did not wish to be related to Musk in any way.

The SpaceX chief also shared a photo of himself with his ex-wife Talulah Riley, when the pair were in Venice for their 40th anniversary. The photo showed Musk and Riley wearing ballroom costumes and masks. “Venice, a site of Great Remembrance,” was the caption.

Musk made headlines last month after admitting there were “a few unresolved issues” in his offer to buy Twitter. The social media platform had unanimously approved Musk’s offer on June 21 and recommended shareholders approve the sale.

Friday, a Bloomberg report said the Tesla CEO and other billionaires collectively lost $1.4 trillion in the first six months of 2022. Musk saw his fortune plummet by $62 billion over the period.

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