Previously, Elon, 52, had stood by the 48-year-old, echoing English comedian Russell Brand‘s belief that the allegations were part of a media effort to silence him, asserting, “Of course, they don’t like competition.”
English comedian Russell Brand has become the center of attention in a recent exchange with Elon Musk, with their falling-out unrelated to the recent allegations against Brand
However, their rapport has since deteriorated for a different cause. On September 22, English comedian Russell Brand addressed the allegations in a three-minute video on his YouTube channel. Elon expressed his disappointment, responding to a user who shared the video, stating that English comedian Russell Brand’s comments were “rather disappointing” because he had promised a longer video on Rumble.
Elon Musk voiced his concern about Russel Brand
Elon, the owner of X (formerly Twitter), voiced his concern about English comedian Russell Brand’s exclusive focus on Rumble, a conservative-leaning video-sharing platform that competes with X. Despite the serious allegations against English comedian Russell Brand, Elon seems more preoccupied with the reputation of his own platform, X, which is known for supporting free speech.
This turn of events underscores the shifting dynamics between English Comedian Russell Brand and Elon Musk, with their falling-out taking an unexpected turn. While the controversy surrounding Brand is significant, Elon’s focus appears to be on the competition between platforms.