‘My Childhood Was Not Good’- Elon Musk Shares Memories (Read Full Story)

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The Chief Executive Officer of Twitter, Elon Musk, has shared his childhood experience on social media.

He shared his memories in a tweet shared via his handle over the weekend.

The Twitter CEO stated that he has not inherited anything, nor has anyone given him any financial gifts, and that he and his brother supported their father financially while growing up.

He said, “I grew up in a lower, transitioning to upper, middle income situation, but did not have a happy childhood. Haven’t inherited anything ever from anyone, nor has anyone given me a large financial gift.

“My father created a small electrical/mechanical engineering company that was successful for 20 to 30 years, but it fell on hard times. He has been essentially bankrupt for about 25 years, requiring financial support from my brother and me.

That said, he does deserve credit for teaching me the fundamentals of physics, engineering and construction, which is more valuable than money, but did not support me financially after high school in any meaningful way.

“Our condition of providing him financial support was that he not engage in bad behavior. Unfortunately, he nonetheless did. There are young children involved, so we continued to provide financial support for their well-being.

“Regarding the so-called ’emerald mine’, there is no objective evidence whatsoever that this mine ever existed. He told me that he owned a share in a mine in Zambia, and I believed him for a while, but nobody has ever seen the mine, nor are there any records of its existence.

“If this mine was real, he would not require financial support from my brother and me.”

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