Elon Musk’s Chinese Doppelganger Banned from Social Media
May 16, 20221 min read258 words
Published: May 16, 2022  |  1 min read258 words
Recently, a Chinese man who resembled Tesla’s founder Elon Musk caused heated discussion on major social platforms in China. His accounts, however, on Weibo and ByteDance’s Douyin, have been banned. Under the screen name “Ma Yilong 0”, he released his first video emulating Musk ...
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May 19
The article is accurate, but very surface level and lacks any substantive detail or analysis, especially of the larger story which is why he was banned from Chinese social media for seemingly innocent content that Musk himself publicly approved of.
May 19
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May 22
So many wonderful personalities have been lost to tyrants blocking access to the public square. To all the fallen soldiers of the Great Meme War, I salute you. To those that self censor, fight. The content was an eye opener and I think this online personality, even if a deep fake, could become an international sensation.
May 22
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