Is Elon Musk trying to flirt through his own social network? We want to believe not, but we don’t know his intentions. The truth is that recently, the CEO of Twitter responded in a spicy way to a video of a beautiful Mexican streamer.
It is about the model and creator of digital content Ari Gameplays. The Mexican, who treasures more than 23 million followers (just combining Instagram and Twitter) indirectly received a response from Elon Musk himself.
The answer actually goes to Min-Liang Tan, CEO and co-founder of tech gear brand Razer. The businessman, famous in the video game industry, said that his co-workers wanted to force him to dance just like Ari does in a video that she herself posted on Instagram and Twitter.
“The team tried to force me to do this,” the Razer CEO said on his personal Twitter. The dance as such shows one of the many choreographies that exist on social networks. Ari Gameplays adds a spicy tone with her schoolgirl outfit and a rather anime-style setting, typical of her set in her streaming sessions on Twitch.
After Musk’s reaction, the same streamer and model posted a joke message on her social networks in which she claims to understand why Elon put that fire emoji to his dance; referring to the fact that she is a content creator who attracts millions of followers thanks to her hot physique.