March 30, 2022
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is comparing himself with the king of rap, who took rap to the Oscars!
While dealing with the SEC, which is the agreement signed in 2018, Musk is indirectly highlighting one of his songs, "Without Me," from 2002.
"The (SEC) won’t let me be or let me be me, so let me see; they tried to shut me down,"
The Federal Communications Commission penalised radio stations for playing songs by "The Real Slim Shady" as the lyrics were inappropriate and considered offensive.
Elon made this comparison while dealing with the SEC, the securities regulator of the US agreement that requires him to get pre-approval for his tweets.
Recently, he posted a close-ended question poll on Twitter pertaining to "free speech under democracy." It all makes sense now.
According to the current filing, Musk was not unaffected by the probe into his Tesla-related tweets. This case is being handled by US District Judge Alison Nathan.