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Tesla slammed by well-known musician on Twitter: "You lied to us"

Apparently, Musk can take orders but may not be able to deliver in full.

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August
20, 2021

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Apparently, Musk can take orders but may not be able to deliver in full.

Musician David Crosby joined Tesla on Twitter after claiming he ordered a Tesla vehicle 7 months ago and has not yet received his new car.

So … I'm a fan of Elons … I think his efforts to get people into space are exemplary
but
We ordered our Tesla 7 months ago
They lied to us 4 times about when we would get it
song
We are seriously considering canceling the order and looking at a Porsche

– David Crosby (@thedavidcrosby) August 18, 2021

"I think his efforts to get people into space are exemplary," Crosby said in the tweet about Musk. “We ordered our Tesla 7 months ago

You lied to us 4 times about when we would get it. "

Crosby ended Musk with a zinger claiming that he was now not only considering canceling his order, but that he was considering ordering a vehicle from rival car brand Porsche.

Musk, who is usually not silent on the social media platform, has yet to respond to the allegations.

The defamation comes at a troubling time for Tesla after reports of rodents infesting and damaging vehicles surfaced online.

However, Musk announced on Friday that the auto company would begin introducing humanoid robots as early as 2022.

"Basically, it will start dealing with boring, repetitive and dangerous work," the billionaire said during Tesla's AI day. "What kind of work do people least want to do?"

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