Elon Musk's desperate pursuit of Catturd2's approval: The cringey tweets of a billionaire

Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has been on a relentless pursuit to win the approval of his hero, Catturd2, by posting cringey tweets that would make even a 13-year-old edgelord blush with embarrassment. Musk's online recklessness and lack of empathy have become a pattern, as he injects personal grievances into his professional actions, undermining the seriousness expected from a leader of major companies.

In a recent episode, Musk hastily deleted a tweet that disparaged billionaire philanthropist and ex-wife of Jeff Bezos, MacKenzie Scott, for her commitment to social justice causes. He said, "Super rich ex-wives who hate their former spouse" should filed be listed among "Reasons that Western Civilization died."

The irony is palpable, as Musk dismisses efforts aimed at social betterment for underrepresented communities while benefiting immensely from the existing socio-economic structures.

This clash between Musk and Scott reveals the disconnect between Musk's manufactured image of technological genius and his utter absence of empathy. As noted by Fortune, Musk's past behavior, including an expletive-laden tirade against a former advertiser, demonstrates a pattern of impulsive reactions without regard for consequences.

Musk's approach to public discourse is loud, confrontational, yet ultimately retractable when faced with backlash. His habit of quietly deleting posts that reveal his misery is a testament to his desperate pursuit of approval from the far-right fringes of the internet.