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Elon Musk Teases He's A 'Wild Card' Before 'Saturday Night Live' Debut
Tesla CEO Elon Musk further started fears among "Saturday Night Live" fans when he cautioned that he's a "special case" in the number one spot up to his facilitating debut.
The SpaceX author showed up in a promotion on Thursday with melodic visitor Miley Cyrus and "SNL" cast part Cecily Strong. "I'm a special case, so it's impossible to tell what I may do," Musk bragged. Reminded that their moms would be there in light of the fact that it's Mother's Day weekend, Musk at that point vowed to be "acceptable ish."
Sorry ahead of time Mom. ♥️ @elonmusk @nbcsnl pic.twitter.com/MCLAylNdPY—Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) May 7, 2021
The one who outlandishly offended the salvage laborer who saved 12 young men caught in a Thai submerged cavern as a "pedo fellow," sold fire firing firearms in California during rapidly spreading fire season, apparently threatened Tesla laborers endeavoring to unionize and made light of the risk of COVID-19 presumably will not baffle when it come to shock in his live speech Saturday.
For a certain something, financial backers have been begging Musk for quite a long time to plug the cryptographic money Dogecoin on live TV. The worth of Dogecoin, which includes a shiba inu and was established as a joke, rocketed after Musk named himself the "Dogefather" in a tweet promoting his "SNL" appearance, setting off a 30% spike in Dogecoin esteem.
The DogefatherSNL May 8—Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 28, 2021
Musk's uber haughtiness and shameless item advancement are actually the sorts of things that anger some "Saturday Night Live" cast individuals. After it was reported Musk was facilitating, Aidy Bryant posted a statement on Instagram from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) impacting the "ethical foulness" of the super rich.
Bowen Yang, Chris Redd and Andrew Dismukes have likewise hauled Musk on Twitter. In any case, Michael Che and Pete Davidson have guarded his appearance.
Musk's forthcoming introduction is reviving recollections of then-official up-and-comer Donald Trump's appearance as host in 2015.
"SNL" author and "End of the week Update" co-anchor Colin Jost said in his 2020 book "A Punchable Face" that Trump's appearance "was a reminder for our show." That scene "has not matured well, strategically or comedically," he added. Jost called Trump's appearance a "confederate sculpture" in amusement.