‘I don’t really like…’: What Elon Musk said when his dad Errol Musk shamed him

After Errol Musk shamed his billionaire son, Elon Musk responded by saying he needs to start training. In a recent interview, Errol slammed his son for noting he takes care of his health, saying “Elon is solidly built but he eats badly.” He was commenting on photos of Elon that showed him topless while on a yacht in Greece. He even then suggested that Elon take diet pills.

Elon Musk seems to have taken the criticism positively and responded by saying, “I have to train and get in better shape, I don’t really like training, but I have to.”

Musk usually starts his day around 9:30 a.m. and the first thing he does is check his phone. However, he calls it a “terrible habit” and says he intends to practice instead.

“I’m going to go from looking at my phone as soon as I wake up to working out for at least 20 minutes and then looking at my phone,” Elon Musk said during a podcast.

Elon Musk recently enjoyed a luxury vacation in Greece with his friends. While on vacation, the Tesla boss was also seen taking off his shirt while soaking up the sun on a yacht in Mykonos. Many photos that have gone viral on social media show him wading through the water while enjoying a drink. During the trip, he was accompanied by fashion designer Sarah Staudinger and her husband Ari Emanuel.

According to reports, the friends were enjoying their vacation aboard the yacht which is available for charter for almost $20,000 per week. She can accommodate six guests in her three cabins and a professional crew is on hand to serve them.

In the photos, Musk is seen in a black swimsuit and wearing aviator goggles.

Responding to the photos, Eroll said, “Elon is solidly built but he eats badly.”

People already know that Elon Musk has a difficult relationship with his father, Errol. On several occasions, speaking of his father, Elon had called him “evil” and a “terrible human being”. Errol, for his part, said he would gladly help his children wherever he could.

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Luz W. German