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Maye Musk newest to name out New York Occasions for vital story about Elon’s childhood

Elon Musk’s mannequin mother is the newest to name out the New York Occasions on its explosive story suggesting the world’s richest man was “indifferent from apartheid’s atrocities” whereas nonetheless a younger boy in South Africa.

Maye Musk, 74, on Thursday replied on to the Occasions’ tweet pushing its extensively derided “hit piece,” which it promoted by additionally saying the Tesla founder grew up “surrounded by anti-Black propaganda.”

“In South Africa, should you publicly opposed apartheid, you went to jail,” Maye Musk identified to The Grey Girl, evaluating it to how immediately in Russia “should you publicly oppose the struggle, you go to jail.”

“@nytimes are you going responsible youngsters for choices made by governments?” requested the mother, who joined her son as his visitor on the Met Gala.

She was simply the newest critic of the article by Occasions correspondents John Eligon and Lynsey Chutel titled, “Elon Musk Left a South Africa That Was Rife With Misinformation and White Privilege.”

It quoted specialists as saying that such an upbringing might have affected his views on racism and will provide a glimpse into how he’ll run Twitter ought to he take over.

The New York Occasions piece calls out Musk as being “surrounded by anti-Black propaganda” as a toddler.
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“That is the type of punishment the company media doles out to anybody whom they understand as their enemy and, particularly, who opposes the censorship regime on which they rely,” Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist tweeted.

“Reporting on Musk is clearly legitimate: needed,” he wrote. “This isn’t reporting. It’s deceit and punishment.”

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