It appears that the tech entrepreneur and Twitter CEO Elon Musk may have inadvertently leaked his own burner account. Offering insights into Musk's thoughts on various subjects, this secret Twitter account has caught the attention of the internet and sparked a wave of speculation.
Elon Musk, the charismatic CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, recently tweeted a photo that showcased his Twitter account's monetization features. However, eagle-eyed users noticed that the image also revealed that he appeared to be logged into another account, believed to be a burner account with the username @ErmnMusk. This now-deleted account had the display name "Elon Test" and used a photo of Musk's three-year-old son as its avatar.
While it's impossible to say with certainty that the account belongs to Musk, there is evidence that suggests it may be plausible. The tweets from @ErmnMusk ranged from mundane to peculiar, with some posts even seeming to mimic the voice of Musk's young son, X Æ A-XII, also known as X. The account's creation date coincides with Musk's acquisition of Twitter, and the image of X used in the profile picture had not appeared anywhere else online before it was uploaded to the account.
While it's possible that Musk is merely trolling the internet with this alleged burner account, the evidence supporting its connection to him is intriguing. The account's use of the name "Elon Test" and its adoption of Musk's son's persona add to the mystery surrounding the account.
The discovery of what seems to be Elon Musk's secret Twitter account has captured the internet's attention and sparked widespread speculation. As the online community continues to analyze the account's tweets and the evidence linking it to Musk, one thing is certain: the enigmatic entrepreneur never fails to surprise and entertain.