Elon Musk has removed Tesla and SpaceX’s Facebook pages after Twitter challenge


Elon Musk has removed Tesla and SpaceX’s Facebook pages after Twitter challenge

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has closed the pages of Tesla and SpaceX on Facebook. Through his twitter account, the South African CEO said he would consider closing the profiles of their companies on Facebook.

The companies had millions of followers and was the channel through which Tesla and SpaceX constantly announced launches and shared news from companies.

Elon Musk has removed Tesla and SpaceX’s Facebook pages after Twitter challenge

#DeleteFacebook after Cambridge Analytica

Thousands of people on the Internet have started a movement in which they motivate users to delete Facebook or #deleteFacebook, as the label has been named. Celebrities such as the co-founder of WhatsApp have said that the best thing now is to erase the profiles of the social network.

Brian Acton, co-founder of WhatsApp, said on his Twitter profile: “It’s time. #DeleteFacebook “. To this, the CEO of Tesla answered through another tweet: “What is Facebook?”.

Elon Musk has removed Tesla and SpaceX’s Facebook pages after Twitter challenge

However, the Quartz portal ensures that the pages do not seem to have been deleted but temporarily unpublished.

For its part, the website The Verge ensures that this is a bad time for Elon Musk to play jokes about the importance of being on Facebook after the difficult week that the social network has had. Likewise, the portal ensures that it remains to be seen if companies also decide to withdraw their Instagram profiles, a company that is also owned by Facebook.

A man who does what he says

Elon Musk, in addition to being the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has become famous for being a man who proposes or imagines new ways to improve the world and works to make them come true. For example, the case of Hyperloop. Elon Musk was dissatisfied with the weather and the quality of the means of transport and, then, a project was devised to transport people in tubes with low pressure at a speed of about 1,200 kilometers per hour.

Also, recently presented the new fleet of the first electric trucks of Tesla. As part of its commitment to create more environmentally friendly means of transport.