Billionaire Bash cage match? Musk throws down gauntlet, Zuckerberg accepts challenge
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) – Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are ready to fight, offline. In a now-viral back-and-forth seen on Twitter and Instagram this week, the two tech billionaires seemingly agreed to a “cage match” face off.
It all started when Musk, who owns Twitter, responded to a tweet about Meta reportedly preparing to release a new Twitter rival called “Threads.”
Musk proposed a cage match between himself and Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook and Instagram parent company Meta.
Zuckerberg soon responded – and appeared to agree to Musk’s proposal by asking for a match location.
Whether or not Musk and Zuckerberg actually make it to the ring has yet to be seen. But, even if their agreement is all a joke, the banter gained attention.
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6/22/2023 4:40:26 PM (GMT -5:00)