Elon Musk jokes about letting YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley touch his ‘sausage’ amid sexual misconduct allegations

Elon Musk joked about letting Chad Hurley (right) touch his “sausage.”Gotham/Alberto E. Rodriguez via Getty Images

  • Elon Musk joked about buying Chad Hurley a horse if he touched Musk’s “sausage.”

  • Youtube co-founder told Musk to stop “playing dumb” and close the deal with Twitter.

  • Musk has offered to buy the social media platform for $44 billion.

Elon Musk has used sexual misconduct claims to joke about letting YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley touch his “sausage.”

On Friday, Hurley mentioned Musk in a tweet, saying he should “stop goofing around and close this Twitter deal.”

The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX replied: “Well, if you touch my sausage, you can have a horse.”

An Insider investigation published Thursday revealed claims made by a SpaceX flight attendant that Musk showed her his erect penis, rubbed her leg without her consent and offered to buy her a horse in exchange for an erotic massage.

Musk told Insider there was “so much more to this story” and tweeted that the accusations they were “totally false”. He also called the story a “politically motivated success.”

He added: “But I have a challenge for this liar who claims his friend saw me ‘exposed’: describe just one thing, anything (scars, tattoos,…) that is not known to the public. She won’t be able to.” do it, because it never happened.

Musk offered to buy Twitter for $44 billion, but put the deal on hold until CEO Parag Agrawal provides evidence about the number of fake accounts.

Agrawal responded to Musk’s request in a Twitter thread arguing that his suggestion to sample 100 random accounts to determine the proportion of counterfeits would not work.

Earlier on Saturday, Musk reacted to a tweet from Hurley from June 2021 that read: “Life is short so remember to be very serious, take everything personally and feel outraged on a daily basis.”

The tech tycoon said those were “words to live by.”

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