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People Think Elon Musk Got Refused Entry To Nightclub Following Angry Tweets

Shola Lee

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People Think Elon Musk Got Refused Entry To Nightclub Following Angry Tweets

People think Elon Musk was drunk tweeting about not getting into the infamous Berlin nightclub, Berghain.

At 3:51am (GMT), Musk took to Twitter to talk about the exclusive techno club, Berghain.

For those who aren't aware, Berghain is known as the most 'exclusive' and difficult-to-enter nightclubs in the entire world. It’s perhaps one of the most popular and renowned places to listen, dance, and bop to electronic music... well, if you get granted entry, of course.

While it's not currently clear what happened between the Tesla CEO and the nightclub, some users on Twitter are speculating that he was - like millions of others have been - refused entry.

Musk's first tweet about the club read: "They wrote PEACE on the wall at Berghain! I refused enter."

He followed this up a little later at 7:19am, adding: "Peace. Peace? I hate the word. Those who do care about peace (myself aspirationally included) don’t need to hear it. And those who don’t care about peace? Well …"

People quickly took to Twitter to respond to the tweets, with one user alleging: "Elon Musk got rejected from Berghain and instead tweeted this at like 7am".

While another chimed in saying: "tell me you didn't make it into Berghain without telling me you didn't make it into Berghain."

While another simply retweeted Musk and commented "Elon Musk apparently drunk tweeting about being refused entry to Berghain is very funny".

Others simply disagreed with his comments about peace being written on the wall: "This time I disagree with you. Yes, taking action is better then words," one wrote.

"But words carry energy, and if 'peace' on the wall reminds people of something good, it does it’s thing (at a small scale). Hating this word, as you say, does not any good. Even though I understand your view".

The news comes after Musk announced on 28 March that he had contracted Covid-19 again.

The Space X founder said: "Covid-19 is the virus of Theseus. How many gene changes before it’s not Covid-19 anymore? I supposedly have it again (sigh), but almost no symptoms."

Musk was said to have had Covid two years prior after he reported minor cold-like symptoms.

At the time, he said in reply to a fan asking about his condition: "A little up & down. Feels just like a regular cold, but more body achy & cloudy head than coughing/sneezing".

Musk's symptoms appear to be milder this time around and his tweets as informative as ever.

He also recently shared a meme of someone trying to stick magnets of the same pole together, captioning the post: "To think I grew up 2b bizniz magnet".

Forbes named Musk the Richer person in history last year, as his fortune neared £300 billion.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: News, Elon Musk, US News, Technology, Twitter

Shola Lee
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