Ilon Musk attacked Jeff Bezos on Twitter.
Musk's social networking publication is about the news that Amazon plans to launch more than 3,000 satellites around the Earth with the goal of spreading the Internet around the world.
The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla shared a story, marking the world's richest man, Jeff Bezos, adding a "copy" and an emoticon that showed a cat.
In other words, Muss called the Bezos imitator, which simply means "imitator."
Maybe Muk has some reason to react because a year ago, his company SpaceX added a similar project to launch about 12,000 satellites into orbit.
And here the official goal is the mass distribution of the Internet. In February of this year, SpaceX launched two test satellites as part of the project, reports Business Insider.
The litter of contention is even bitterer than you might think, as CNBC announced this week that Amazon appointed the former director and manager of SpaceX's satellite project, which was launched by the company last June as a result of tensions. implementation of the initiative.
This is not the first time the Mouse turns into Bezos on Twitter. In 2015, Bezos announced a successful rocket launcher from its privately held Blue Origin social network.
The excitement of Bessos was that his rocket landed successfully after the launch. "The rarest animal – a used rocket," he wrote then.
But Musk reacted immediately. "Not exactly" the rarity. "The SpaceX Grasshopper has released six sub-bits three years ago and is still out there," he said on Twitter.
The two billionaires exchanged kindness among themselves. In February last year, before SpaceX Falcon Heavy launched SpaceX, Bezos wished Musk, who responded with an emoticon of kisses.