Elon Musk loves Indian food. Well, who doesn't?
Elon Musk's tweets have been making headlines lately for various reasons. Like it or not but you need to admit his power of tweets. His latest tweet shows him agreeing with a Twitter user that Indian food is tasty. His one-word tweet has already garnered nearly 33k likes and over 1.5k retweets. Here is more about the tweet.
What is the tweet about?
On May 16, a Twitter user named Daniel shared a picture of a table with a bowl of butter chicken, rice, and naan. The photograph was captioned, "I love basic b***h Indian food it's so insanely good." Musk was quick to reply to this. Agreeing to Daniel's tweet he commented: "True." Musk's response got insane reactions on Twitter within minutes.
Elon Musk's love for Indian food is evident
Netizens invited Musk to India
Musk's post in support of Indian cuisine got users excited instantly with some inviting him to India to taste the cuisine. "You don't know Indian food till you try home-cooked traditional, ground from scratch fare. These hotel and restaurant Indian spreads are a mere scratch on the REAL THING," commented a user. "I invite you for Indian food at my home," wrote another.
Celebrities including Kangana Ranaut responded
Among the many reactions to Musk's tweet were actors like Kangana Ranaut and Ranvir Shorey. "How many more reasons will you give us to like you more and more." tweeted Ranaut. Meanwhile, Shorey agreed with Musk and tweeted, "Not to brag, but Indian cuisine is the most diverse and evolved in the world."
Instances of foreign celebrities praising Indian food
In the past, many Hollywood celebrities and international celebrity chefs have shared their love for Indian cuisine. Actor Paul Rudd in an interview said how he and his family loves Indian cuisine. Many instances of celebrities like Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise going to Indian restaurants in a foreign land and loving the dishes have gone viral in the past.
Australian chef Gary Mehigan's love for Indian food is well-known
When Tom Cruise ordered chicken tikka masala, twice!
Nothing to see here, Just Mandy Moore savoring 'litti chokha'
Musk praised the Taj Mahal in the past
In 2022, Musk replied to a Twitter handle on the Taj Mahal and won many Indian hearts. A Twitter handle named 'History Defined' shared a photo with the caption, "Amazing facade detail of the Red Fort in Agra, India." To this Musk replied, "It is amazing. I visited in 2007 and also saw the Taj Mahal, which truly is a wonder of the world."