Elon Musk taunts Trump with crude meme about Twitter ‘temptation’
Elon Musk is taunting former President Donald Trump with a crude, sexually charged religious meme to suggest he’s struggling to keep away from Twitter.
The world’s richest man shared the religious meme with his 118 million users on Sunday in response to Trump, 76, saying he had “no reason” to return to Twitter after new owner Musk reinstated his long-banned account.
It shows a monk in prayer as a young lady bends over in front of him — with the praying monk labeled “Donald Trump” and the woman’s otherwise naked behind covered with Twitter’s blue-bird symbol.
And lead us not into temptation … pic.twitter.com/8qNOXzwXS9— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 21, 2022
“And lead us not into temptation …,” Musk captioned it, using a line from the Lord’s Prayer.
“So tempting …,” he added, suggesting that Trump was struggling to stay away from his once-favored site after Musk allowed his return following a controversial poll.
Elon Musk is taunting Twitter holdout Donald Trump with a crude, sexually charged meme.
The former president has insisted he will stay on his own Truth Social site, where he has 4.61 million followers, compared to the 87.4 million now following his so far inactive Twitter account.
Musk’s meme quickly went viral, getting nearly 700,000 likes and more than 64,000 retweets by early Monday.
“You really are pretty damn funny Mr. Musk,” famed psychologist Jordan Peterson replied.
It also, however, gave fuel to many of Musk’s many critics.