Elon Musk trolls Megan Fox amid controversy over sons’ clothes
Elon Musk has made a humorous remark on Twitter, apparently aimed at Megan Fox, following her denial of “desperate” accusations that she forced her and Brian Austin Green’s sons to wear “girl clothes.” After Fox referred to herself as a “witch” in response to “clout chaser” Robby Starbuck’s remarks on Instagram, Musk tweeted Sunday that he was “looking to hire a VP of Witchcraft & Propaganda.” Many social media users interpreted the Tesla CEO’s post to be about the “Jennifer’s Body” star, with one suggesting that Fox was the “girl” Musk was looking for. When another Twitter user claimed the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model was “bad at propaganda,” Musk responded, “Nobody is perfect.”
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The Twitter owner seemingly poked fun at Megan Fox after the actress denied “desperate” claims that she “forced” her and Brian Austin Green’s sons to wear “girl clothes.”
After Fox, 37, referred to herself as a “witch” while clapping back at “clout chaser” Robby Starbuck via Instagram, Musk, 51, tweeted Sunday that he was “looking to hire a VP of Witchcraft & Propaganda.”
Many social media users connected the Tesla CEO’s post to the “Jennifer’s Body” star, with one telling him that Fox was the “girl” for the job.
When another tweeter noted claimed the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model is “bad at propaganda,” Musk replied, “Nobody is perfect.”
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While Fox has yet to respond to the business magnate’s trolling, her reaction to Starbuck’s claims about her kids — Noah, 10, Bodhi, 9, and Journey 6 — went viral.
The former US Congress candidate alleged last week that he witnessed two of the little ones having “a full on breakdown saying they were forced by their mom to wear girls clothes as their nanny tried to console them.”
Starbuck, 34, claimed to have lived “in the same gated community” as Fox’s family five years prior.
Fox blasted him Saturday for using her “children as leverage or social currency.
especially under malevolent and erroneous pretense[s].”
The “Transformers” star added, “exploiting my child’s gender identity to gain attention in your political campaign has put you on the wrong side of the universe. i have been burned at the stake by insecure, narcissistic, impotent, little men like you many times, and yet i’m still here.”
Green, 49, also came to his ex-wife’s defense, telling TMZ that Starbuck’s claim was “absolutely not” true and motivated by “selfish” desires.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum was married to Fox from 2010 to 2021. He moved on with “Dancing With the Stars” pro Sharna Burgess, welcoming a son named Zane in 2022.
Fox, for her part, got engaged to Machine Gun Kelly that same year. The duo, however, have been working to save their relationship since a fallout in February.