Elon Musk has expressed his desire to meet his Chinese lookalike
After purchasing Twitter, billionaire Elon Musk is being watched more than ever. In a recent tweet, Elon Musk expressed his desire to meet his Chinese lookalike Yilong Ma, who hails from the northern Chinese province of Hebei.
Yilong came to popularity in 2021 after images of him and Musk were widely distributed. He frequently uploads his videos on Duoyin, a sibling app of TikTok. Musk had previously responded to his lookalike by claiming that he could be Chinese.
Musk has tweeted yet again that he would like to meet his lookalike in order to determine whether the man is real or a profound fake.
It was in response to a user’s post suggesting that Chinese Elon Musk might be a front for the real deal. “Show we deploy Chinese @elonmusk as a decoy?” read the tweet. Yilong has since received the message and responded, expressing his desire to meet the billionaire. “I am here,” he declared on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter. “I, too, am eager to see you! You are my hero, and I adore you.”
Musk, on the other hand, recently posted a rather mysterious message. “If I die under unexplained circumstances, it’s been lovely knowing you,” he had written to his 91 million followers. But, thankfully, he backed off after his mother took the tweet seriously and told him, “That’s not funny. I’m sorry!” Musk responded. “I’ll do everything I can to stay alive.”