Elon Musk Blasts Advertisers Who Are Trying To ‘Blackmail’ Him By Boycotting His X Platform – ‘Go. F*** Yourself’

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(DailyWire) X owner Elon Musk ripped companies this week that are boycotting advertising on his social media platform after a recent post of his generated controversy.

Musk was accused of supporting anti-Semitism with a poorly worded tweet that he posted several days ago, which he later clarified when he expanded upon his remark. He was subsequently defended by multiple high profile Jewish figures who said that they did not believe that he was anti-Semitic.


The post led to the political Left pressuring multiple companies into boycotting advertisements on X, including Disney, Paramount, NBCUniversal, Comcast, Lionsgate, and Warner Bros. Discovery.

Musk was asked about the boycott during an interview Wednesday on stage at The New York Times Dealbook Summit 2023 at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.

“I hope they stop,” Musk said about the companies who were boycotting. “Don’t advertise.”

“You don’t want them to advertise?” the host asked.

“No,” Musk said. “If somebody’s gonna try to blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f*** yourself. Go. F***. Yourself. Is that clear? I hope it is. Hey, Bob, I’m sure you’re in the audience.”

When asked about X’s business model and what he should do about the company depending on advertising from companies, Musk responded: “G.F.Y.”


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