A billionaire is claiming that certain posts of his on X were mistakenly viewed as being antisemitic. Elon Musk voiced his disapproval of those advertisers boycotting X during his appearance at the New York Times’ DealBook Summit on Wednesday. The billionaire stated that anyone who attempted to extort him using money from commercial advertisements could “go away.” A picture taken by Michael M. Santiago of Getty Images. Elon Musk told advertisers who took out their ads from his social-media platform X to “go away”. In the past few weeks, Elon Musk’s platform has been dealing with the loss of some major sponsors due to a statement of his that labeled an anti-Semitic remark as “the actual truth,” leading to more accusations that he supports anti-Jewish views. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. This material is copyright and all rights have been reserved. What book should I read next?