In a recent rollercoaster of techie taunts and billionaire banters, Mark Zuckerberg finally takes a stand on the cage match drama with Elon Musk. Using Threads, Zuckerberg expressed his sentiments, "It’s time to move on." He further remarked on Musk’s nonchalance about the whole event, especially Musk's quirky offer of a “practice round in my backyard.”
The drama started unraveling when screenshots, revealing text exchanges between these moguls, emerged. Shared by user DogeDesigner and later, Musk himself, the messages showcased Musk's suggestion of a “practice bout” at Zuckerberg’s residence. Zuckerberg, ever the competitor, retorted, hinting that Musk should train properly and approach him when he's “ready to compete."
Back in June, the world watched with bated breath as the two CEOs seemed to commit to the duel. Initially perceived as an epic showdown, the idea soon turned into a string of exhausting updates and claims from Musk. Meanwhile, Zuckerberg maintained a consistent stand, reiterating his readiness for the bout.
And as the Meta CEO clearly stated, if this face-off ever materializes, he'll be the first to break the news. Until then, it might be wise not to hold our breath. With unpredictable personas like Zuckerberg and Musk, it’s always a toss-up. But for now, this match seems more banter than battle.