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Elon Musk Gives Disney A Taste Of Its Own Medicine!

Disney can ‘go f**k itself’ according to Elon Musk, and now the Tesla CEO is making sure that the company feels the effects of its woke pandering and blackmail efforts.

According to reports, Disney+ has been removed from the Tesla dashboard, making it harder to access. This was presumably done in response to Disney pulling their advertisements from Elon Musk’s X social media platform.

This is so on-brand for Musk and quite a few people found the move hilarious, but will it make a difference?

It’s no secret that the entertainment giant is struggling after several notable flops of what were supposed to be AAA blockbusters this year.

Additionally, Disney has long had problems with generating consistent revenues from its streaming service.

While Musk’s recent move is no doubt an attack on Disney, does Disney even have to be attacked? I am a big believer in letting fools shoot themselves in the foot, so to speak.

In other words, I believe that Disney will do far more damage to itself than Musk can ever hope to do to Disney. Here’s what everyone is saying:

The New York Post had more on the story and clarified:

Last week, the Tesla-centric news site Electrek reported that Tesla informed Disney of its decision to remove the Disney+ app from the video displays without explanation as to why it was making the move.

In a follow-up post, Tesla users were informed that they could still access Disney+ by manually typing the URL into the car’s web browser.

Not everyone was so convinced that this recent move by Musk and Tesla would have much of an impact on Disney or its streaming revenues.

Yahoo Finance reminded readers of the ongoing feud between Musk and Disney CEO Bob Iger:

Musk reacted bitterly to Iger’s comments when he came onto the stage.

“Go f*ck yourself, is that clear? Hey Bob, if you’re in the audience. That’s how I feel, don’t advertise,” Musk said when asked about advertisers leaving X.


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