Elon Musk wanted to visit a German club. However, because “Peace” is written on the wall, Tesla’s boss changed his mind.
Stuttgart / Berlin – Most of Tesla’s brand-new electric cars are on German roads. Since March 25, the American company has also been producing famous cars in Germany. Tesla opened the gigafactory in Grünheide and provide the first “Made in Germany” vehicles. One of the first customers of the German Tesla factory was an entrepreneur from the Tübingen district. yes Mann traveled a long way to pick up his Tesla from Elon Musk.
Elon Musk apparently wanted to go to a worship club in Berlin: did the Tesla boss fail because of the strikers?
The Tesla boss stayed at his recent Gigafactory site in early April and used the situation to immerse himself in the nightlife of Berlin. Accordingly, the richest man in the world wanted to visit one of the most famous clubs in the world. The slogan on the wall of the techno club “Berghain” in Friedrichshain district prompted the visionary to change his plans. At least that’s what comes out of the tweet Elon Musk published.
“Berghain” in Berlin is one of the most popular clubs and also one of the most controversial techno clubs in the world. On the one hand, he is known for frequent parties that last a whole weekend, but on the other hand also for the very difficult selection process at the club door. Many waiting guests are turned away for reasons that operators do not communicate publicly. Reports often talk about “the hardest door in Berlin”. It was speculated that rivals around Sven Marquard even rejected Tesla boss personally. In his tweet, however, Elon Musk himself gave another reason why he decided not to visit “Berghain”.
yes pictures cited in a report by several witnesses claiming to have seen the billionaire at several Berlin clubs. Musk is said to have appeared in the Kitkat witches’ club and the Sysiphos electronic club, among others. According to a Tesla boss tweet, he was also in front of “Berghain”, but decided not to be visited in a short statement. “They wrote ‘Peace’ on the Berghain wall,” Elon Musk tweeted. I refused to enter. .
Tesla boss announces rejection of “peace” at “Berghain”
Elon Musk, who is not only the founder and boss of Tesla, but also the head of the space company SpaceX, has been dedicated to the people of the Eastern European country since the beginning of the Ukrainian war. For example, Elon Musk opened Tesla charging stations for anyone fleeing Ukraine in electric vehicles.. The fact that he was disturbed by the word “peace” on the facade of “Berghain” therefore seems odd. Just a short time after his first tweet related to the Berlin cult club, the dreamer followed suit. “Peace. Peace? I hate that word,” he wrote. “Those who care about peace (myself included) do not need to hear it. And those who do not care about peace, right …”
This article appeared on April 4, 2022. Since it is still relevant to our readers, the editors have updated it.
On Twitter, however, some users suspected that Tesla’s boss had failed because of “Berghain” fans. For example, one user referred to American DJ Felix Da Housecat, who was denied entry in 2015 and who later accused the club of racism. “I never thought that not coming to Berghain would affect anyone worse than Felix Da Housecat,” he wrote. “But here we are.”