Young man who asked Elon Musk for $50,000 to disable his flight-tracking ‘bot’ says he was banned by businessman
February 1, 2022 01:09 GMT
The businessman wrote: “Can you remove that? It’s a security risk (…) I don’t like the idea of being shot by a madman,” and offered him $5,000 to remove his “service” on Twitter.
Elon Musk has blocked the young man who created a Twitter account that tracks exodus private plane From the businessman, who later rejected a cash offer from the businessman to cancel it, according to the same tweeter.
“You know, this is kind of weird: she wants me to delete it and it looks like so angry“, hung To Bloomberg Jack Sweeney, 19-year-old student and founder of The Robot on Twitter.
The young man said that he is still waiting for the director of SpaceX and Tesla to contact him again, and that in the meantime he is developing Business Tracking planes of other famous personalities.
Sweeney was seen last week on the front pages of various media outlets, after he revealed to The Protocol website that Musk had offered it to him 5000 dollars To remove the “service” disclosed on Twitter.
“Can you remove that? security riskThe first call Jack Sweeney received, said last fall. I don’t like the idea of being shot by a madman,” the SpaceX owner claimed as a reason to request account termination, according to Sweeney.
According to the young man, the conversation continued with a few more messages and Musk offered him $5,000 if he stopped tracking him. In a counter show, Sweeney asked $50,000 He confirmed that he would invest in training and possibly in a Tesla car. The richest man in the world has promised to think about it, but he hasn’t given him a penny yet, so he keeps his account active.
In his recent letter to the billionaire, Sweeney said he would prefer an internship at one of his companies, rather than pay to delete the account. This Sunday, the businessman finally chose to block the young man.