Alyssa Milano was a huge fangirl of Elon Musk until it became popular “I’m in awe of @elonmusk” Turned into a free-speech platform, unfortunately for her, her fan-girl tweets on previous Musk and her other business ventures were dug up to point out her hypocrisy.
On Sunday, Ian Miles Cheong shared several screenshots of Milano’s tweets on Musk and wrote, “Alyssa Milano was Elon Musk’s biggest fan before it became a trend to hate Elon Musk. Why are people like this?”
The Enchanted actress wrote in 2015, “I’m in awe of @elonmusk, and I’m in awe of @teslamotors!”
On Saturday, Milano publicly denounced Musk’s alleged “white supremacy” by announcing that she traded in her Tesla for a Volkswagen electric vehicle.
Milano tweeted, “I gave my Tesla back. I bought a VW EV. I love it.”
“I don’t have any knowledge that how to marketing specialists can buy space on Twitter,” she continued. “Driving a public endeavor’s things into game-plan with disdain and racial oppression doesn’t have all the earmarks of being a triumphant system.”
It didn’t take long for people to point out the Volkswagen company’s really bigoted history, and the lack of evidence to support their claim that Musk’s company is aligned with “hate and white supremacy.”
Country singer John Rich posted a link to History.com detailing how notoriously genocidal dictator and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler was responsible for founding Volkswagen.
In an earlier tweet from Milano, Musk made a short list of people he would ever dine with for Milano. Jesus was also included in this list.
Different tweets commended Tesla and one of Musk’s different undertakings, SpaceX. In one more tweet addressed to the tech magnate, Milano essentially stated “You are astounding.”