Is $10 way too much money? The worth of money is relative. However, the wealthiest man on Earth will definitely have $10 to spare. It looks like Musk isn’t ready to do that. Instead, he is letting the YouTube ads get on his nerves, and quite naturally we have a tweet where the billionaire takes a dig at those ads (which to be honest are as exasperating as Spotify ads). Let us take a look at the tweet. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO was replying to Shibetoshi Nakamoto’s tweet who considers internet ads are a global problem, and we don’t disagree.
YouTube keeps playing me the same annoying scam ads every time I use it. The algorithm is convinced that I can “make money through Audible” …
Apparently, YouTube wants to make the richest man on Earth even richer. However, it seems like Musk is not interested in making money through Audible at the moment(which makes one wonder if he is taking a jab at YouTube or Audible or using the Musk style of getting two birds with one stone.) Given the fact that he has two companies to run, a probable lawsuit on the way, and tweets to be posted, he might be a bit hard-pressed for time. As we know, propriety is not a trait of internet ads, and they come at the oddest of times. And it looks like Elon Musk is not immune to that. But the Twitter town is even more intrigued by another question. Twitter users couldn’t help but wonder if Elon Musk doesn’t have a $10 for YouTube Premium.
Twitter Wants To Know
It is a known fact that Twitterati doesn’t shy away from asking questions. And Twitter down does have an eye for the oddest detail. A billionaire talks about how annoying YouTube ads are, and what they see is a man reluctant to spend $10. Safe to say that Twitter indeed has a unique way of looking at things. Let us flip through a few reactions and responses on Twitter.
Well, we all know that Musk is quite the rebel.
Sir you’re one of the richest people in the world I think you can spend $10/mo for YouTube premium