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.
YouTube seems to be nonstop scam ads
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 7, 2022
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.
can u not afford premium
— Quinn Nelson (@SnazzyQ) June 7, 2022
Likewise, others reminded him that he promotes cryptocurrencies, often called “scams” by his opponents.
Dude you promote dog coin.
— grubles (@notgrubles) June 7, 2022
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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