Elon Musk’s girlfriend’s mother, Sandy Garossino has slammed him on Twitter over his right-wing Red Pill tweet.
Elon Musk, whose girlfriend Grimes gave birth to their son two weeks ago, tweeted a right-wing “take the red pill” meme.
Although the “red pill” reference originally comes from the movie The Matrix, it has now become an online meme used by the alt-right and men’s rights activists.
The “red pill” phrase is now commonly used widely online in support of President Donald Trump, as well as men’s rights organizations.
More recently the “red pill” term has been used to describe the taking on of conservative values after formerly identifying with more liberal ideas.
Musk’s “red pill” tweet was supported by first daughter, Ivanka Trump who replied his tweet with “Taken!”.
Meanwhile, Grimes’ mom, Sandy Garossino isn’t pleased with it. The Canadian media commentator accused him of “blaring men’s rights activist bulls***”.
In a now-deleted Twitter activity, Garossino liked a tweet by journalist Yashar Ali, slamming Musk’s recent Twitter presence and comparing him to the 2018 Kanye West.
“Elon Musk’s Twitter presence in the last few months feels very Kanye 2018, Ali wrote.
By comparing Musk to Kanye West, Ali was referencing the period when Kanye repeatedly expressed his support for President Trump. In April 2018, the rapper tweeted that the President was “his brother” and that they both had “dragon energy”.
A screenshot shows that Garossino liked the tweet, before later unliking it.
Garossino also posted: “If your partner went through a challenging pregnancy and childbirth in the last two weeks, and you were over 16 years old, would you be blaring MRA bulls*** on Twitter right now?”
She later deleted this tweet also.
Garossino also commented when others criticized Musk’s tweet.
Canadian activist Gerald Butts tweeted: “Buddy has a 3 week old baby. Maybe step away from the broflakes.”
In response, Garossino tweeted that her grandson was “Not yet 2 weeks old”.
Well, after his partner’s mother slammed him, Elon took to Twitter to call for “more fun” and an end to cancel culture.
The billionaire Tesl tweeted, “Cancel Cancel Culture!”
He added: “More fun, less shun!”