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Elon Musk fans are concerned after the billionaire made a chilling post on Twitter about his death “under mysterious circumstances.”

ELON Musk worried fans after he wrote a chilling post on Twitter about dying “under mysterious circumstances”.

Musk gained weight Twitter and said, “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it was nice to know you.”

The tech mogul shared a worrying message on Twitter

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The tech mogul shared a worrying message on TwitterPhoto credit: Getty

People went to the comments to address that the richest man in the world regarding mail.

“No, you won’t die. The world needs you to reform,” said one user in the comments.

“Why would you play like that anyway?” said another concerned fan.

This comes just minutes after Musk fired off a few tweets about what appeared to be chilling news in the Russian media.

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“The word ‘Nazi’ doesn’t mean what he seems to believe,” Musk said, adding what appeared to be a translation from a Russian media outlet.

“From the testimony of the captured commander of the 36th Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Dmitry Kormyankov, it appears that Internet terminals of the Starlink satellite company were delivered by Elon Musk to the militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol with military helicopters,” Musk said in the post.

“According to our information, the delivery of the Starlink equipment was carried out by the Pentagon.”

“So Elon Musk is involved in providing military communications equipment to the fascist forces in Ukraine. And for that, Elon, you will be held accountable as an adult – no matter how much you play the fool.”

It seems Musk’s “dying under mysterious circumstances” tweet could be a response to the threatening message he received.

“You’re making enemies all over the world for doing the RIGHT THING!” commented another fan. “Keep up the good work and stay healthy!”

This comes after Elon Musk, via the emergency satellite internet he had gifted him, warned Ukrainians that there was a “high” chance Russia will try to spy on them.

The billionaire donated a truckload of crockery to the war-torn country whose communications were under attack by Russian forces.

But the Starlink owner has warned Ukraine to “use with caution”.

“Important warning,” he tweeted.

“Starlink is the only non-Russian communications system still functioning in some parts of Ukraine, so the likelihood of being targeted is high.”

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Mr Musk offered his help after receiving a desperate plea from Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister.

Mykhailo Fedorov – who is also Ukraine’s digital affairs minister – said Starlink has played a key role in keeping emergency services connected and saving lives.

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Chris Barrese

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