Musk has been constantly promoting and even participating on this 'invitation-only audio chat app' which was released in 2020.
Obviously, Musk grilled Tenev on Robinhood's decision to halt the trading of GameStop and other apps.
"Why can't people buy the GameStop shares?," Musk said."People demand an answer and want to know the details and the truth."
Musk seemed to enjoy this app, which might be the reason why he has invited rapper Kanye West to chat with him.
"The most entertaining outcome is the most likely," Musk tweeted, on February 10.
Things got more interesting when he invited Russian President Vladimir Putin via Twitter (TWTR) - Get Report to chat with him on Clubhouse. Seeing no response, he even followed-up with his request, tweeting in Russian.
However, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov reportedly responded to his request, calling it an “interesting proposal.”
“First we want to figure it out, you know that President Putin does not directly use social networks, he personally does not run them," Russian media outlet RBC quoted Peskov. "On the whole, this is a very interesting proposal, but one must first understand what is meant, what is proposed."
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