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Elon Musk returned to Twitter to ask about Amazon’s “dismemberment.”

June 5, 2020

“Monopolies are out of order!” the businessman pointed out.

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Elon Musk returned to Twitter to ask about Amazon’s “dismemberment.”Elon Musk returned to Twitter to ask about Amazon’s “dismemberment.”


Elon musk, Founder of Tesla Motors and Room xWho said on June 1st on Twitter that he would leave the social network for a while returned to reply to a tweet and a day Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon, an e-commerce company.

The incident occurred after an author on the platform complained about the impossibility of publishing a book containing information about the corona virus through Amazon itself.

Alex Bereson first published a message on his account: “By the way: Last night I offered my first coronavirus information brochure (” Undiscovered Truths About COVID-19 and Lockdowns “) for sale @Amazon . Usually, the review / release process doesn’t take long. I hope this is the case this time and I don’t have to shout about censorship. ”

He later complained that the company censored him.

This caused Musk to return and respond to the author’s tweet with the message, “This is crazy @JeffBezos.” He added: “It’s time to dismember Amazon. Monopolies are not right!”

The e-commerce company, for its part, said it was a mistake and the book was already available through Kindle, its electronic reading service. On the other hand, referring to Musk’s tweet, the company said the businessman had no legal authority to force the division of Amazon and stressed that the decision to approve the book was not thanks to Musk.

This is not the first time Musk has criticized Bezos on Twitter. The two have a rivalry when it comes to space travel; Musk leads SpaceX while Bezos founded Blue Origin

Musk Bezos named a Twitter impersonator last year after Blue Origin announced a plan to create a satellite broadband network, years after SpaceX started it. Bezos, on the other hand, has indicated that he is not a fan of Musk’s plan to prioritize the colonization of Mars. According to the Amazon CEO, humanity should initially focus on building a lunar base.