Musk froze Twitter deal after hearing about PK
I built Tesla, Bill [Gates] built Microsoft and Jeff [Bezos] built Amazon, but this man didn't have to build anything of his own to be a competitor! He wasn't even like Pablo Escobar, who built a cocaine empire.
Elon Musk, the multi-billionaire with millions of social media followers, has talked about his worst nightmare -- PK Maldar, the former Chapasthani candidate for the world's richest man.
That Elon Musk is a fearless man is known to all. But someone from Chapasthan, where the cities become the Venice of the east if it rains or someone cries, caused Musk to fear that his position as the most enterprising and visionary billionaire was under threat.
Musk told Satireday that tales of PK's conquests and expansion had given him such an inferiority complex that that was the real reason he put the Twitter buyout on hold.
"I have no confidence now, after hearing of PK. Look, I have billions of dollars, but the numbers this guy has racked up are unbelievable. Do you even know what 20,000 crore is? PK's riches are beyond imagination.
"I thought no one would ever be able to expand and conquer the world the way that I did. But man, when I saw the rise of his nationwide wealth, I just thought 'Musk' is a word that was used to mean the former billionaire champion," said Musk.
The wealth and the potential of a person from Chapasthan astounded the whole world. It taught the world that anybody, even from a third world country, could realise his dream of being the world's richest man if he has the requisite passion and appetite.
"I built Tesla, Bill [Gates] built Microsoft and Jeff [Bezos] built Amazon, but this man didn't have to build anything of his own to be a competitor! He wasn't even like Pablo Escobar, who built a cocaine empire," Musk said.
It's a matter of great regret that Chapasthan lost one of its potential Elon Musks. Following the driver Salek and 69 others, another honest, humanitarian and patriotic soul was nipped in the bud.
"The arrest of the symbol of love with dozens of girlfriends and wives has just shattered us. We mourn the departure of the icon of love and money," Holam Abbani, another of the country's lost icons of honesty, mourned in a Facebook post featuring a photo of him laughing with PK.