Even if Elon Musk is the owner of X, this doesn’t stop others from taking advantage of him.

Following the publication of the teaser last night, a large portion of Musk’s social media platform was flooded with news, speculations, and conjecture regarding the upcoming GTA VI game. As a result, it didn’t take long for the owner to weigh in.

Sadly, though, Musk’s choice to participate in the conversation has just provided more fodder for those who like making fun of his every move.

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In response to another X user, Dan, who is employed by the social media platform as a member of the Data & Analytics team, the founder of Tesla offered his opinion on GTA VI.

Dan chose to adopt a different perspective by uploading a post that he hadn’t played a single Grand Theft Auto game, despite the fact that his profession would have most likely allowed him to witness the enthusiasm around GTA VI.

We won’t get into the fact that he hasn’t possessed an iPhone or watched Game of Thrones right now.

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In any case, Musk replied to Dan’s message stating that he had also never been a big fan of Grand Theft Auto.

Given his impressive background, Musk might reasonably justify his lack of time for video games with a simple explanation.

He needs to launch spacecraft and run—er, destroy—social media platforms. Surely he has more important tasks to complete?

However, it doesn’t seem like Musk was never into Grand Theft Auto.

Rather, it seems that he was unable to bear the life of crime, even if it was a made-up one.

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Dan’s remark prompted Musk to reply, saying, “Tried, but didn’t like doing crime.” In the opening sequence of GTA5, police officers have to be shot. Simply wasn’t able to.”

It goes without saying that X users quickly responded to offer their opinions on this explanation.

A user on X commented, “Imagine them taking a video game that seriously,” while another made a joke, saying that Super Mario’s opening scene involved leaping on Goombas’ heads. Simply wasn’t able to.”

Grand Theft Auto is aware these days? is breaking down next? “, a third person commented.

However, it appears that Musk is not the only one who dislikes criminality in video games.

In response to Musk’s tweet, X user Ian Miles Cheong wrote, “Never finished GTA5 either,” although he was “glad shooting cops in Cyberpunk 2077 is completely optional.”

People are clearly confused by Musk and Cheong’s talk; one shocked X user concluded that punk is “when you can’t bring yourself to do crime in a video game.”


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