Twitter owner Elon Musk has claimed that the risk of something bad happening to him or being killed is high.
During an audio chat on Twitter Spaces, Elon Musk expressed fears that he will no longer be a part of an open-air car parade.
“The risk of something bad happening to me or being shot at is very high. It is not impossible to kill anyone if you want to,” he said. Hopefully nothing like that will happen to me, but there are such risks.’
On this occasion, he also spoke about the right to freedom of expression and his future plans for Twitter.
He said that we want a future where we are not oppressed, where our opinion is not suppressed and we can speak without any fear.
He added that as long as you are not harming anyone, you should have the right to speak your mind.
The richest man in the world said that the right to freedom of expression was not common in human history, so we have to fight hard for it.
He expressed fear of assassination when the Twitter files were released by a journalist on December 2.
The files said Joe Biden’s team directed Twitter employees to remove certain political content in October 2020 before the presidential election.
Elon Musk said he had given journalists access to old Twitter documents and hinted that more Twitter files could be released.