‘If I die under suspicious circumstances…’: Why Elon Musk said this by sharing the statement of the Russian Space Agency, know where is Musk’s gesture

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Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, is often in the news. Every day he makes such a tweet, which creates a ruckus on social media. This time too Musk has done something similar. He wrote on Twitter, ‘If I die under suspicious circumstances…’ Although he has not written anything clearly, but this tweet has created a ruckus on social media.

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After this tweet, fans of Elon Musk are also doing many types of tweets. Many people are advising Musk not to think like this, while some are even trolling him. However, this tweet of his is indicating a lot. In fact, Musk had also tweeted about Dmitry Olegovich Rogozin, chief of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, before this tweet.

Is Musk’s tweet related to Ukraine war?

Elon Musk has not written anything directly, but if we look at the chain of his tweets, many links are being added. Actually, Musk had shared another tweet before this tweet. It said the chief of the Russian space agency Roscosmos told the media that it was found from the testimony of captured Colonel Dmitry Kormyankov of the 36th Ukrainian Marine Brigade that Musk’s satellite was providing Internet access to Ukrainian troops in Mariupol. In this statement, Musk has been attacked for providing communication facilities to Ukrainian troops.

What is Rogozin’s full statement?

According to reports, Russian Space Agency chief Ragozin has reportedly told Russian media that the Internet terminals of Elon Musk’s Starlink company were helicoptered to militants of the Nazi Azov battalion and Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol. “To the best of our knowledge, the delivery of Starlink equipment was carried out with the help of the Pentagon (the headquarters of the US Department of Defense). Sharing this statement on Twitter, Musk also attacked Russian President Vladimir Putin. He did not directly name Putin, but said – the definition of Nazi he knows is not the same.