Elon Musk Twitter Simpsons Prediction In Year 2015 Elon Musk Tweet

Elon Musk Simpsons: The world’s richest man Elon Musk bought the social media platform Twitter last month. It is also well known that the process of buying Twitter was postponed for a long time, but Musk overtook Twitter after a long struggle. However, now Musk has made a tweet, in which he believes that in the year 2015 itself, the American cartoon named ‘Simpsons’ predicted his purchase of Twitter. Now this is surprising, but Musk himself has tweeted about it. Let us first know what Musk has tweeted.

In a recent tweet, Twitter’s new ‘boss’ Elon Musk revealed how The Simpsons predicted his Twitter acquisition in 2015. Elon Musk shared a photo from a 2015 animated sitcom episode that appears to be about his purchase of Twitter. He wrote, “Simpson predicted I would buy Twitter S26E12.”

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According to the New York Post, the opening scene of the episode, “The Musk Who Fell to Earth,” depicts Lisa Simpson tending to a birdhouse with a “Home Tweet Home” sign. When a bald eagle kills some baby birds, she is feeding them. Musk arrives in his rocket ship as the Eagle takes off. Subsequently, the Eagle is destroyed by aircraft fire.

What happened next in the episode…

Homer Simpson says, “Brace yourselves, family. We’re about to meet a creature far more intelligent than we are,” before instructing Bart to grab his baseball bat. Later in the episode, Musk takes off his space helmet and identifies himself: “Hello, I’m Elon Musk.” Homer throws a bat over his head. Lisa screams, “Dad, no! Elon Musk is quite possibly the greatest inventor alive.”

Was the prophecy already done?

After this, the modern birdhouse is shown in the episode. As Musk re-boards the aircraft, Lisa says, “I think humanity wants to change one birdhouse at a time.” Like this episode of The Simpsons, some celebrities and politicians think Musk may have gone too far with his ambitions for Twitter. The episode also features the mass layoffs of Homer Simpson’s associates from the power plant during Musk’s visit, similar to Musk’s ongoing layoffs on Twitter.

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