Elon Musk complains about advertising scams on YouTube and users ask him to pay Premium

Elon Musk complains about advertising scams on YouTube and users ask him to pay Premium

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Elon Musk says he gets “non-stop” scam ads every time he watches videos on YouTube.

Advertising on YouTube videos is always annoying whether you are a billionaire or not. Elon Musk knows this and has made it public on his Twitter account.

The tycoon has pointed out that “YouTube seems to be a non-stop of fraudulent ads”, in a publication that has brought memes, satire and more.

This is how the networks reacted

The publication has been viral on the social network, bringing a series of comments about it.

One of the most popular was to point out that Elon Musk “could not afford Premium”, the ad-free version of the platform, despite being the richest man in the world.

https://twitter.com/SnazzyQ/status/1534257818047373312

Likewise, others reminded him that he promotes cryptocurrencies, often called “scams” by his opponents.

Faced with so many memes, Elon Musk decided to share his: he represented YouTube angry when someone “curses” in a video, but very calm when scam ads are shared on his platform.

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The most controversial man

Elon Musk is in the midst of controversy after he paused his takeover of Twitter by the platform’s bots.

He assured that the social network company is putting up resistance to deliver the information, so he reiterated his doubts about continuing with the purchase process.