Elon Musk is Now a Board of Director in Twitter

Elon Musk’s tweets regarding cryptocurrencies are highly controversial. While it’s proven that he’s capable of swinging the market in both ways, A fresh tweet now left the community in dilemma.

This is regarding an old Chinese ruler and depicts the relationship between him and his brother. Musk made this tweet in Chinese, with no summary explaining his objectives. But crypto enthusiasts form theories saying that he’s referring to the relation between Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.

Elon Musk Tweets Again

The world’s richest man is also one of the active entrepreneurs online. We’re talking about Elon Musk, who had his net worth cross $300 billion for the first time in history, and is picking everyone on Twitter as usual.

Today, he made a tweet in Chinese with an English title as “Humankind“, and no explanation reasoning his intentions. The Tweet is a poem attributed to Cao Zhi, a member of the Chinese royal family who lived between 192 and 232. It’s said that Zhi was asked by his brother, a fresh crowner prince to write a poem proving his innocence, as the prince suspected him of usurping.

The poem, if translated, read as;

“Bean Stalks are ignited to boil beans

The beans in the pot cry out

We are born of the same root

Why should we incinerate each other with such impatience?”

While Musk didn’t offer any explanation on why he tweeted that, his followers are battling over a cryptocurrency theory – saying that he’s talking about the recent relation between Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.

It’s evident that Musk loves Dogecoin, as he frequently tweets about it and even becomes the main reason to drive its price up. Whereas Shiba Inu, a similar meme coin inspired by Dogecoin itself, has no support from Musk yet.

But, the Inu community is strong and a recent burn of coins pushed the price of Shiba Inu over 216% in a week and fell down after Musk revealed his portfolio containing no Inu in it. Well, while he’s enjoying it anyway, it’s the followers being affected always. What do you think?

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