Elon Musk has insisted that he is not suicidal and that he if dies unexpectedly, it was not his doing.
This follows Musk recently announcing that he would “increase his security” after being asked if he felt any more pressure following the release of documents, which detailed Twitter’s decision to suppress a New York Post article about a laptop that was linked to President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.
The billionaire tweeted:
“Twitter acting by itself to suppress free speech is not a 1st amendment violation, but acting under orders from the government to suppress free speech, with no judicial review, is.”
During a Twitter Space Q&A which was held over the weekend, the billionaire was asked if he was suicidal to which he answered:
“I do not have any suicidal thoughts. If I committed suicide, it’s not real.
Caitlyn Jenner recently told Elon Musk that he is ‘public enemy number one to some very, very bad people’ and claims that she is worried for his safety.
In a tweet on Friday, the 73-year-old shared her concern for the billionaires safety.
“@elonmusk I hope you are surrounded by massive security and in an extremely safe undisclosed location – you just became public enemy number one to some very very bad people, I pray for your safety and thank you for your bravery! We need more @elonmusk in our society!!!”
He is clearly sending a message that he is mentally well and if something should happen, we should all be concerned.