The Co-Creator of The Matrix Lilly Wachowski Slams Elon Musk And Ivanka Trump For Using 'The Red Pill' Reference

The Co-Creator of The Matrix Lilly Wachowski Slams Elon Musk And Ivanka Trump For Using 'The Red Pill' Reference
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When Elon Musk and Ivanka Trump referenced her film, The Matrix , Lilly Wachowski wrote on Twitter, "f*ck both of you." Hot New Hip Hop picked up on the tweet from The Matrix co-creator in which she clearly expressed her displeasure with using her art.

Elon Musk used his platform to write, "take the red pill," to which the president of the United States' daughter responded, "taken!" This is was what set it off for Wachowski, who made out the message already mentioned above. After the viral was retweeted many times, Wachowski wrote, "support @BSAllianceChi if you can."

As most know, Elon Musk has been perhaps one of the biggest voices regarding the re-opening of American states. The Tesla CEO And Space X founder has been urging for the American government to begin reopening the states.

In fact, earlier this month, Musk admitted that he intended on moving his factories to Las Vegas or another state if he's not soon allowed to start his plants up again.

During an interview with Joe Rogan on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience , Musk thought out loud that America was going to reopen quite soon. Musk said to the podcaster that the start-up of American businesses would begin very rapidly over the ensuing few weeks.

Elon went on to ask where "civil liberties" fit into the current situation, before going on to say that perhaps the government was getting a bit of out of line in their quarantine orders and measures. Musk added that he thinks the government and society have gone too far.

Later, Musk was even more forceful in his opening statement during Tesla's first-quarter profit discussion, in which he described the quarantine lockdown as the "forcible imprisoning" of American people, which is obviously against their "constitutional rights."

During the Tesla meeting, Elon continued in the same vein, and then appeared to mock the "outrage culture" that seems to exist predominantly on social media as well as in the mainstream media.

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