In Response To Trent Reznor Leaving Twitter, Elon Musk Calls The Nine Inch Nails Singer A ‘Crybaby’

Trent Reznor: Nine Inch Nails Facebook / Elon Musk: Debbie Rowe (author), The Royal Society, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikipedia
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Just the other day, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor shared that he would be leaving Twitter. The big motivational drive pushing him to leave the social media platform is Elon Musk (Trent has officially left Twitter).

Via a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Reznor said, “We don’t need the arrogance of the billionaire class to feel like they can just come in and solve everything. Even without him involved, I just find that it has become such a toxic environment. For my mental health, I need to tune out. I don’t feel good being there anymore.”

Well, it seems like Musk has caught wind of what Trent thinks of him, and decided to throw a jab at the Nine Inch Nails frontman. The right-wing Twitter account known as “Catturd” tweet’d out the following: “Breaking…  48 hours since @elonmusk reinstated President Trump’s Twitter account and the world still hasn’t ended.”

Musk ended up replying with the following “And it turns out that Trent ‘nine inch nails’ Reznor is actually a crybaby.”

In response to Musk’s comments, Twitter users poured into the replies with various takes and opinions. While some defended the Nine Inch Nails frontman and gave Musk shit, some ended up giving Trent some shit. What do you make of what Trent Reznor and Elon Musk have said about one another?

When it comes to other stories involving Elon Musk and the music world – rocker Jack White shared one hell of a lengthy statement about how upset he is with Musk. Specifically, Jack is upset at Elon for reinstating Donald Trump’s Twitter account. Also, did you know there is an ex-thrash metal drummer that sued Musk for $56 billion dollars?! You can find links to both of these stories below.

Jack White Slams Elon Musk For Reinstating Donald Trump's Twitter Account

Ex-Drummer From Thrash Metal Band Dawn Of Correction Is Suing Elon Musk For $56 Billion