Elon Musk is being roasted for his super-villain haircut
It's a bold look, to say the least
Elon Musk has unveiled a new look and Twitter has had a field day, roasting the billionaire for what seems to be the latest development in his transition into a real-life supervillain.
The Tesla founder and world's richest man unveiled his swirly mohawk haircut when he was photographed landing in Miami for art-world networking event Art Basel on Wednesday night - and social media lapped it up.
— Carey O'Donnell (@ecareyo) December 3, 2021
Of course, old Elon isn't a person who gets a lot of sympathy from the general public - what with him being a billionaire and all - and after the photo emerged, people couldn't resist mocking him for his trim.
One person had a succinct description for his new hair style...
elon musk got a dead squirrel on his head https://t.co/37MJ0gpIxX
— Ange, Witch of Control (@Lesbian_Makima) December 3, 2021
Another suggested that he should suffer financial repercussions for the new look.
Tesla stock should drop 40% based on this photo https://t.co/FmAZOoVRsp
— Brian (@pdx_mavs) December 3, 2021
And many had the same observation: it seems like he is really embodying the supervillain persona.
Deploy?? But, mein Oberstgruppenfuhrer... The Cyberwagen... it has not yet been tested in battle https://t.co/XvF7z1JFO5
— 𝓣𝓸𝓶. (@thetomzone) December 3, 2021
Some saw the similarity between Musk and Gary Oldman's Zorg from The Fifth Element...
told his barber to give him the Leeloo Dallas Multipass cut 😤 pic.twitter.com/CdOxpSHmyU
— i read infinite jest¹ (@lnsecurityguard) December 4, 2021
While others thought it was more like Roger Klotz from Doug...
You either die the Doug Funny or you live long enough to become a Roger Klotz pic.twitter.com/FuN9ReN4Nl
— Mr Divago™ (@DivagoTM) December 3, 2021
After a somewhat tumultuous year for Musk, that has seen him split from his long-time partner Grimes, get into an argument with the UN about food poverty and ask his Twitter followers to decide whether he should sell some Tesla stocks, it seems he is really embracing a full-on mid-life crisis.
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