“Oppressive leadership breeds more disloyalty,” Kareem Abdul Jabbar tears apart Billionaire Elon Musk in scathing rant


“Oppressive leadership breeds more disloyalty,” Kareem Abdul Jabbar tears apart Billionaire Elon Musk in scathing rant

Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Elon Musk

NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul Jabbar has slammed billionaire Elon Musk once more after the Twitter CEO sparked another issue with an injunction to his employees. Workers of the social networking site were fired and reemployed as a consequence of the incident. This significant decision by the Space X CEO recently provoked Lakers icon Magic Johnson to declare the action stupid during an outburst.

Kareem Abdul Jabbar is regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time. During his playing career, the renowned Los Angeles Lakers superstar was a force to be reckoned with. Kareem has also been at the frontline of dozens of issues throughout his career and beyond. He has never been reluctant to express his opinions on his Substack account, and he has lately begun a verbal feud with the new Twitter CEO, Elon Musk.

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According to a platform insider, Musk gave an ultimatum in the form of an email. As it turns out, the CEO has required that Twitter workers promise not to leak any inside corporate information to the media. The unusual email from the billionaire garnered a harsh response from a Lakers veteran, who referenced the troubling history of oaths of allegiance in his newest Substack column.

“If such oaths are meant to uncover the disloyal, there couldn’t be a stupider way to go about it,” Kareem added. “It reveals that some people have not learned from history the lessons about how oppressive leadership breeds more disloyalty.”

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Kareem Abdul Jabbar and his NBA career in a nutshell

Kareem Abdul Jabbar is widely regarded as the greatest player in NBA history. He won six championships, two MVP trophies in the NBA Finals, and six MVP awards. His hallmark shot, the “sky hook,” still holds the record for the most regular-season points scored in a career, and he was a consistent performer in the league.

He was picked first overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1969 after being named the best player in the NCAA Tournament in 1967, 1968, and 1969. Abdul Jabbar retired with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1989 as the league’s all-time leading scorer, with 38,387 points, 17,440 rebounds, 3,189 blocks, and 1,560 games played.

Abdul Jabbar set the standard for a reliable and efficient double-digit scorer who routinely controlled the game with his scoring and rebounding numbers. He scored at least ten points in every game of his playing career, and when the run ended, he had 787 straight games with at least ten points.

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On May 13, 2021, the NBA established the Kareem Abdul Jabbar Social Justice Award to acknowledge contemporary NBA players for their devotion to social justice issues. He was inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame and the NBA’s 50th and 75th-anniversary teams as a result of his accomplishments.

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Elon Musk and his antics since taking charge of Twitter

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Inc and the private space enterprise SpaceX, has acquired global recognition as an entrepreneur. He withdrew from a physics graduate degree program at Stanford University after securing admission and created two technology start-up companies that eventually became PayPal, which was sold to eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. He invested his riches in a space launch business, SpaceX, which he hoped would be a cheaper alternative to Nasa, and a new electric car company, Tesla, where he headed the board before becoming CEO in 2008.

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Forbes and Bloomberg now rate him as the world’s second richest person, with a net worth of over $219 billion – tens of billions more than rivals like Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and is edged out by Bernault Arnault. Musk recently completed his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, one of the most popular social media networks.

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