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LOL! Don Lemon’s Online Show DOOMED After Elon Musk’s Brutal Takedown



Don Lemon, the former CNN host who seems to have a knack for stirring up controversy wherever he goes, recently found himself in hot water yet again. This time, Lemon’s grand plans for a collaboration with X (formerly Twitter) were swiftly kicked to the curb following an interview debacle with none other than the tech titan himself, Elon Musk.

Lemon had hoped to ride the coattails of his inaugural online show by partnering with X, but alas, it seems his dreams were dashed quicker than you can say “fake news.” According to Lemon, Musk just couldn’t stomach Lemon’s hard-hitting questions, leading to the abrupt cancellation of their supposed partnership. Maybe Lemon’s questions hit a little too close to home for the billionaire, or perhaps Musk simply realized that associating with Lemon was akin to jumping into a pit of vipers – not the most appealing prospect, to say the least.

In a feeble attempt to save face, Musk made a half-hearted statement about X being a bastion of free speech and Lemon being welcome to share his content on the platform. But let’s be real here, folks – we all know Musk was just trying to be polite while simultaneously kicking Lemon to the curb. After all, even the most “free speech” platforms have their limits, and associating with Lemon might just be pushing it a tad too far.

And let’s not forget Musk’s scathing assessment of Lemon’s interviewing style. According to the man himself, Lemon’s approach was essentially just “CNN, but on social media” – ouch. It seems Musk wasn’t impressed by Lemon’s attempt to bring his tired old schtick to the digital world. And who can blame him? We’ve all seen enough of Lemon’s theatrics on CNN to last a lifetime.

But perhaps the most damning criticism came when Musk questioned whether he was even speaking to the real Don Lemon or just some puppet being controlled by Jeff Zucker. Talk about a lack of authenticity – yikes. It seems Lemon’s reputation precedes him, and not in a good way.

So, what’s next for Lemon and his flailing online show? Well, according to him, the Musk interview will still see the light of day on YouTube, podcast sites, and even X. But let’s be honest – without the backing of a major platform like X, Lemon’s show is about as relevant as yesterday’s news. Maybe it’s time for Lemon to face the music and realize that his fifteen minutes of fame are well and truly over. And hey, if all else fails, there’s always reality TV – I hear they’re always looking for washed-up has-beens.

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