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One morning, when Skon Mule woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a corn cob

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The Jeddak of Xitter has issued a command to the companies that don’t want to advertise on his platform: Begone! He doesn’t need them or their money anyway. Furthermore, he is not owned.

A visibly irate Elon Musk said advertisers who pulled spending from X/Twitter, following his post that endorsed an antisemitic conspiracy theory, were trying to “blackmail” the company and threatened to drive it into bankruptcy.

Musk, currently the world’s wealthiest individual, had a message to big advertisers including Disney that halted spending on his social network: “Go fuck yourself… Go. Fuck. Yourself. Is that clear?” he said Wednesday at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit. He lambasted advertisers who were making themselves appear as if they were acting virtuously while being “evil.”

That’s right, he’s trying to neg corporations into giving him money.

Musk’s X is dealing with an exodus of major advertisers, including Disney, IBM, Warner Bros. Discovery, Sony, Comcast and NBCUniversal, and Lionsgate. Those marketers suspended ad spending after Musk endorsed a post on X pushing the antisemitic replacement theory, writing “You have said the actual truth” — which elicited a condemnation from the White House for his “abhorrent promotion of antisemitic and racist hate.” The advertiser freeze also followed reports by activist group Media Matters that found ads appeared next to pro-Nazi and white nationalist posts.

Mokes also took time to commiserate with the real victim of his post. Himself.

Musk, at the DealBook Summit, admitted, “I should have not replied to that particular person… I essentially handed a loaded gun to those who hate me,” calling it one of the “most foolish” posts he’s ever made on X/Twitter.

And did I mention that he isn’t owned?

Musk told DealBook’s Andrew Ross Sorkin, who interviewed the mogul on stage, “I have no problem being hated… hate away,” adding that it’s “a real weakness to be liked.” Musk said to Sorkin, “The only reason I’m here is because you’re a friend” (addressing Sorkin as “Jonathan” before Sorkin corrected him).

Bye, lich.

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