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It seems Elon Musk Is Ending the Year with a Twitter Blunder

siliconreview It seems Elon Musk Is Ending the Year with a Twitter Blunder

Even the tech Moguls are humans and them making mistakes online is not a new thing these days. But this twitter blunder by the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk seems to be the most vacuous one.

Recently, billionaire entrepreneur and real-life Tony Stark, Elon Musk has accidentally shared his cell phone number on Twitter for the world to see. Musk was trying to get in touch with John Carmack, the CTO of Oculus. But instead of sending a private message, Musk directly tweeted at Carmack.

“Do you have a sec to talk? My cell is…” Elon Musk’s tweet read.

Even though Musk quickly deleted the tweet, but it was too late. With almost 17 million followers, there was no way to take it back.

Numerous followers who noted the number before Musk deleted the tweet tried buzzing Musk and reported getting addressed by a quirky voicemail message from the video game, God of War: "By the Gods, you've done itSomehow you’ve found your way here to me. I offer you my congratulations and my respect.”

Musk’s blunder in twitter is drawing all the attention across the world. Some observers speculated that Musk has been trying to recruit Carmack or seeking ways for Oculus to cooperate with any of the many businesses he runs.

The Facebook executive didn't directly address to the tweet that was apparently meant as a private message, but said on Twitter that “I thought it odd that Business Insider missed the relevant fact that I spent over a decade building rockets, and founded the Commercial Spaceflight Federation alongside @elonmusk (I sent current contact info to your Tesla office).”