Elon Musk is renowned for his engaged participation and amusing Twitter responses to trending issues. The Tesla CEO revealed his eating habits and mentioned that he occasionally fasts, which is different from his usual witty tweets.
Later, he said that the fasting app “Zero” is really good. According to Google Play, the most widely used fasting app is ‘Zero’. Some of the world’s top medical professionals and academics in the world serve on the app’s advisory board, including our Chief Medical Officer Dr. Peter Attia, who directs the development of our fasting guidelines and content.
When people questioned Musk about how effective his exercise regimen had been thus far and inquired as to how much weight the billionaire had already dropped, Musk replied and wrote, “Over 20 lbs down from my (unhealthy) peak weight.”
Netizens were highly curious to learn more about Musk’s fasting plans and results; some inquired about his weight, while others wanted to know if he exercises to boost his diet plans.
Additionally, Elon Musk’s use of the phrase “advice of a good friend” generated a lot of buzz because it left some wondering whether it was a direct shot at former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
A user quipped and asked Elon Musk in response whether Dorsey, who has previously acknowledged only eating seven meals a week, was Musk. “Is that friend Jack Dorsey? He is big on the fasting trend. I find it ironic the things Americans do, are first-world problems. Meanwhile, we send money to those permanently and unwillingly on a fasting diet because there isn’t any food.”
Meanwhile, Dorsey disclosed in 2020 that he only eats dinner seven days a week. Dorsey, who practices intermittent fasting and Vipassana meditation, had previously charted out his evening menu, which includes fish, chicken, or beef as well as “a lot of greens.”
“Is that friend Jack Dorsey? He is big on the fasting trend. I find it ironic the things Americans do, are first-world problems. Meanwhile, we send money to those permanently and unwillingly on a fasting diet because there isn’t any food,” another quipped.
This comes only one day after Musk made headlines for having his private jet tracked by an IT student at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. On his multiple Twitter accounts, Jack frequently updates followers on the location of the private jets that belonged to people like Tom Cruise, Bill Gates, Russian oligarchs, and the Kardashians. Kylie Jenner was recently followed by @CelebJets, one of Jack’s handles, as she took off on a 17-minute flight.
Elon Musk, however, is Jack’s preferred target. At one point, Musk is said to have offered Jack $5,000, or about Rs 4 lakhs, to delete the Twitter account, but Jack turned the offer down. In an interview with the New York Post, Jack described that specific occurrence and added, “It was pretty crazy. You do not expect to get a private message from Elon Musk.”
Elon Musk first requested that Jack remove the account, citing a security risk, and then began asking Jack about the sources of this information. “It was cool to be explaining something to Elon. He offered to buy the account for $5,000 – in an effort to shut it down – but I told him if it’s not enough money to change my life, I do not want to sell it,” Jack added.