Who is Bess Kalb and why her tweet on Elon Musk is going viral?

Elon Musk’s Twitter and the person who would be in charge of the microblogging platform company has everyone risking their fortune.

Bess Kalb, an Emmy-nominated comedy writer, shared a five-post thread on Twitter thanking Elon Musk for “taking a chance” on her. “I can finally announce: I am honoured, humbled and frankly still in shock to be the new CEO of Twitter,” she wrote, tagging the world’s second-richest person.

Kalb in a five-post parody thread on Twitter thanked Elon Musk for “taking a chance” on her. “Can finally announce: I am humbled, honoured, and frankly still in shock to be the new CEO of Twitter,” Kalb wrote tagging Elon Musk. 

His post doesn’t immediately state or come across as a parody, which would be very upsetting to Elon Musk, especially considering the account suspension uproar that followed after multiple accounts impersonated him.

Twitter users who engage in spoofing without clearly specifying it as a “spoof” account will be permanently suspended without notice, he said.

She continued: “Even though he can only conceive children in a lab, no matter how many women he gets pregnant and his facelifts are melting, I’ll show up on Twitter the way he shows up year after year for the Met Gala despite turning up his nose towards “Media Elites” when they make fun of him”.

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“I can also finally reveal that Elon made over $68,000 from his flagship innovation, Twitter Blue. We at Twitter thank him for that clever and lucrative idea and wish him the best in his future endeavours. We know they will be great and will only explode” a handful of people,” she wrote in conclusion.

Who is Bess Kalb?

Bess Kalb is an Emmy Award-nominated writer for Jimmy Kimmel Live! TV show and journalist for The New Yorker magazine. She is the author of the best-selling book, No One Will Tell You This But Me: A True Story (As It Was Told to Me), recounting the life of her grandmother, Bobby Bell.

Kalb was raised in Manhattan and Westchester. He later moved to San Francisco, California, where he contributed articles to Wired, GQ.com, The New Republic, GOOD, Salon.com and other publications. In 2012, Kalb moved to Los Angeles to begin a career in comedy.

On May 28, 2017, Kalb’s politically themed tweets caught the attention of President Donald Trump, who blocked his account from his Twitter account.

In 2018, Kalb did a stand-up comedy routine featuring Hillary Clinton at a fundraiser for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense and then-candidate Lucy McBath (now a congresswoman).

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