The mysterious tweet of billionaire Elon Musk about his sudden death was so controversial that former Al-Ittifaq player Mohammed Al-Mashal also commented on it.
“When everyone knows you, death is very attractive in mysterious circumstances,” Musk wrote to the player, who commented on the tweet that thousands of Twitter users interacted with.
“Anyway, you were a unique character in this world,” Ilan wrote. I wonder only one thing: “As a genius, have you not yet realized that there is a great Creator in this world?” “If you think so, be sure to change your mind before you die.”
“Thank you, but I do not mind going to hell, if this is really my destination, because the vast majority of people will be there,” Ilan Musk continued.
Mask’s struggle with this response stopped, while al-Mashal continued to interact with many Twitter users.
One Twitter account told Al-Mashal that he did not question his “good intentions”, but many people considered such remarks “unwanted advice” and “it is better not to do it” to which Mashal replied: “For “Every Muslim is a divine command.”
“It is our duty as Muslims to call to the true religion,” al-Mashal also responded to another Twitter account.
Mask tweet surprised social media users, including his mother, May Mask, who reposted the tweet, saying, “This is not funny!” “I’m sorry, I’ll do my best to stay alive,” Musk replied.