Twitter boss Elon Musk announces he plans to die on Mars – ‘if he’s lucky’

Elon Musk has revealed that he plans to die on Mars – if he is "lucky".

The controversial social media boss is not one to hold his tongue when it comes to giving his views on Twitter.

His latest outburst simply read: "I will die in America (or Mars if lucky)", and came in response to a tweet from @sterlingcrispin that included statistics on the number of "Americans prepping for a doomsday scenario".

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The statistics, for which Crispin has not provided a source, claim that 59% of American 18-24-year-olds are already making plans for doomsday.

Crispin's tweet read: "Theil and Sam Altman are prepped for the apocalypse, yet are investing and building the most advanced AI we've ever seen. This narrative conflict of growth and collapse has been a thread in my art for nearly ten years This was the central theme of my 2020 exhibit Future Tense"

Musk's response unsurprisingly sparked an outpouring of reactions from his followers with one of his more loyal fans saying: "Please stay alive for as long as possible earth needs you".

Another user cheekily quipped: "Don't settle for anything Earthside, mate."

One fan has even put in a request to make the journey with Musk, saying: "I would like to hitch a ride to Mars…"

This comes just days after Elon Musk admitted that Twitter was worth less than half of what he paid for it.

Just six months ago Musk paid an eye-watering $44 billion and since then the social media site has faced many struggles with several advertisers pulling out since the billionaire's ownership began.

At a Twitter Spaces session, he said: "I spent the last five weeks cutting costs like crazy. I now think that Twitter will, in fact, be okay next year… Roughly cash flow break even."


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