Elon Musk He has once again expressed his most sincere opinion through his Twitter profile. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, who seems to have spent the weekend in Berlin after visiting the Tesla Gigafactory, has made it clear that he refused to enter a popular nightclub in the German city because the word ‘Peace’ was written on the Wall.
Berghain is a popular electronic music nightclub located in Berlin, Germany. Many describe this place as a must for any party lover visiting the capital, and most attendees agree that accessing the club is not easy at all. Elon Musk, however, wrote the following in his account: “They have written the word PEACE on the wall of Berghain! I have refused to enter.”
Hours passed before Elon Musk tried to explain why he refused access to the exclusive nightclub. “Peace. Peace? I hate that word. Those who care about peace (myself included aspirational) don’t need to hear it. What about those who don’t care about peace? Well…” he tweeted. Some of his followers took the opposite view of Elon Musk, claiming that words can change our perceptions.
Elon Musk may not have passed the entrance exams to the popular nightclub
Many users, however, do not believe that Elon Musk refused to enter the club simply because the word “Peace” was written on the wall. They think, instead, that it was the goalkeepers who they denied access to the tycoon. In fact, the difficult entrance to the club is not because of the long queues or because the accesses to the facilities are not properly signposted. It is because the dress and conduct code to enter is very strict.
Dressing in black, having a serious face, speaking German or not looking like a tourist are some of the requirements to access the site. Even Berghain’s website is able to predict whether a person may be eligible to enter based on their facial expressions and his voice. It seems to matter how much money you have, or what companies you manage. If you do not meet the requirements, you are not allowed access.
Elon Musk, meanwhile, continues carrying out solidarity actions towards Ukraine, country invaded by Russia. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX has been sending shipments of Starlink antennas for weeks to facilitate connection in the region and its borders. Elon Musk also challenged Vladimir Putin himself to face-to-face combat to end the war and spoke with Volodymyr Zelensky about future space projects, the Ukrainian president confirmed.