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Elon Musk Will Donate $6 Billion to End World Hunger If the UN Can Prove It's Real
A small drop of Elon Musk's personal worth can save 42 million people from starvation, but Musk needs proof from the UN before committing to do so.
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Elon Musk is ready to sell Tesla shares at this very moment if it could "solve world hunger", the Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted yesterday. However, the world's richest billionaire whose personal worth has increased by $141 billion in the past year, wants transparency in how the United Nations World Food Program spends its money.
For the past few days, we have been reporting how Elon Musk's personal worth has been soaring along with Tesla stock prices. We had even covered how Musk could single-handedly save 42 million people from starvation after David Beasley, the Chief of United Nations World Food Program, made a call to billionaires including Musk and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to help the people in 43 countries who were at the receiving end of an "emergency" that resulted from COVID, conflict, and climate crises.
Musk had refrained from responding to the call so far, but he couldn't ignore a tweet from Eli David, a researcher of deep learning who has been tweeting about mask and vaccine mandates against COVID as well as the ongoing climate summit where the world leaders have gathered in via private jets.
David shared a CNN report questioning why the United Nations' previously raised funds had not already solved world hunger, to which Musk replied: