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Malala's otherworldly ‘Hello’ message to Tesla CEO Elon Musk is winning the Internet

Twitterati is praising renowned Pakistani educational activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai over her hilarious tweets to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Edited by: India TV Buzz Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: June 01, 2018 10:12 IST ]
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Malala's Tweet to Elon Musk will crack you up

Twitterati is praising renowned Pakistani educational activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai over her epic reply to Tesla CEO Elon Musk. It all began when a satirical website called Clickhole, published a piece with the headline "More Bad Press For Elon: The Car Elon Musk Launched Into Orbit Has Fallen Back Down To Earth And Crushed Malala Yousafzai," along with the link on Twitter.

The story explains how Musk's Tesla car fell from the sky and 'crushed Malala to death', saying "the successful launch of [Elon Musk's] car into orbit... will be forever linked to the tragic and untimely death of the 20-year-old activist who has inspired millions around the globe with her amazing advocacy for peace and education," according to TeenVogue.

But the dark humour resonated with Musk, who passed along the link in a tweet:

Undeterred, Malala also wrote on her Twitter handle, "Hello from the other side ?? @elonmusk"

Musk, who tweeted on the story earlier on Wednesday, replied to her, along with the love and smiling face with cold sweat emojis saying, "Hi @Malala! ??????"

Malala then gave Musk an epic reply, "I'm keeping the car btw! ????"

Malala's brother Khushal Yousafzai, while reading the conversation tweeted, "You are too funnyyy sometimes ????"

To this, Malala once again gave an epic reply, tweeting a gif image of a girl with 'OBVIOUSLY' written below.

It may be noted that Malala visited Pakistan earlier in March, after spending about six years in the United Kingdom. It was her first trip since she survived an assassination attempt by Taliban militants while returning from school in her native place, Swat Valley in 2012.

During her four-day stay in Pakistan, the Nobel laureate visited her native place and interacted with top Pakistani officials, including now-outgoing Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.

 

(With ANI Inputs)

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