Elon Musk told his 76-year-old dad Errol to 'keep quiet' in a text message after he said he wasn't proud of his son, report says

  • Errol Musk said Elon sent him a message telling him to "stay silent" after ongoing media remarks.

  • Elon's dad told Daily Mail Australia that his 3 girls wouldn't address him 'for a really long time'.

  • Yet, he said he had misconstrued the inquiry and has been pleased with Elon from "the day he was conceived."

Errol Musk said he got an instant message from Elon telling him to "stay silent" after he said he wasn't pleased with his child.

In a meeting with Daily Mail Australia, Musk said he had misconstrued an inquiry in a new meeting on Australian radio by replying "no" when inquired as to whether he glad for Elon.

"I didn't really see her inquiry regarding being pleased. It was just when I paid attention to the recording subsequently that I understood," he told the paper.

"In the event that you inquire as to whether they are glad for their child, you are pleased with them from the day they are conceived."

By the by Musk said his three girls - Alexandra, Asha, and Tosca - didn't converse with him for a really long time after his remarks on Australian radio.

"Elon knows it's false, so he could never lash out about it. He simply dismisses this sort of stuff," Musk said.

He let the Daily Mail know that Elon sent him a message following his remarks which said: ''Dad, the press play you like a fiddle, so if it's not too much trouble, stay silent."

In the 20-minute radio meeting, Musk said about his kids: "They've seen a ton of things, and we've done a great deal of things together, yet Elon has as a matter of fact kind of truly outperformed the imprint."

In spite of this accomplishment with Tesla and SpaceX, Musk said his child was "not quite as blissful as he might want to be" on the grounds that he "feels like he's delayed" with his organizations.

Elon Musk is being sued by Twitter subsequent to leaving a $44 billion takeover bargain however has countersued the stage. The case is because of be heard in October in a Delaware court.

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