San Francisco, July 25 Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Monday denounced the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) for linking him to Google co-founder Sergey Brin’s wife Nicole Shanahan, asking his more 102 million subscribers on social networks to criticize the publication. forward with a fake story.
A Wall Street Journal report claimed Sunday that “Musk embarked on a brief affair last fall with the wife of Sergey Brin, prompting the Google co-founder to file for divorce earlier this year and ending to the long friendship of tech billionaires”.
Musk told his followers to “call them about it.”
“The WSJ is supposed to have high standards of journalism and at the moment they are fine sub-tabloid. The WSJ should publish stories that really matter to their readers and have a solid factual basis, not hearsay- say random third parties,” Musk tweeted.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO said character assassination attacks have reached a new level this year, but “the items are all just burgers.”
“I work crazy hours, so there just isn’t much time for shenanigans. None of the key people involved in these alleged wrongdoings have even been interviewed,” he posted in another report on Amber Heard’s trio with Musk and Cara Delevingne with actor Johnny Depp. house in 2016, which he denied.
According to the WSF report, the Musk-Shanahan affair allegedly took place at the “Art Basel” event in Miami after the Tesla CEO split with his then-girlfriend, Claire Boucher, known as Grimes.
Brin and Shanahan were separated but still living together at the time.
The couple’s relationship has reportedly been strained due to issues with Covid lockdowns and their three-year-old daughter.
Brin and Musk were close friends, but after the alleged affair, their relationship soured, according to the report.
Brin also reportedly told his advisers to sell his personal investments in Musk’s companies.
In an earlier tweet on Monday, Musk said, “It’s total bs. Sergey and I are friends and were at a party together last night!”
“I’ve only seen Nicole twice in three years, both times with lots of other people around. Nothing romantic,” the Tesla CEO added.
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