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April Fool Prank From Elon Musk About Joining Disney

Elon Musk took the lead in this year’s April Fool’s pranks, announcing to his 179.5 million followers on X (formerly Twitter, which he owns) that he’s embarking on a new venture—a stint at Disney.

The head of Tesla tweeted, “Excited to join Disney as their Chief DEI Officer. I can’t wait to collaborate with Bob Iger & Kathleen Kennedy to infuse their content with more woke vibes!

“Even the linguini.”

Joining in the April Fool’s festivities was a Ricky Gervais Clips account (@GervaisClips) on X, which declared that Gervais’s famous character David Brent from the hit sitcom The Office would be making a comeback. The post read:

“Brent is back! It has just been announced that after eight years, David Brent will be returning for a new movie and album, titled ‘David Brent: Life on the Road to Vegas’.

“Coming summer 2024.”

Indeed, strange things have happened.

@DMovies_org chimed in with, “An unrecognizable Penelope Cruz and an animalistic Brian Cox star in what’s probably Ken Loach’s most unabashedly romantic film ever! In cinemas on Friday.”

Even the traditional UK media joined in on the fun. The Telegraph newspaper reported that Germany was hoping to employ an obscure law to prevent England football captain Harry Kane from playing for his home nation—a bit niche, but clearly appreciated by the readers, judging by the comments under the piece.

Saga Magazine, catering to older citizens, advertised forthcoming cruises offering water ski sessions, breakdancing lessons, and bungee jumps off the bridge for adventurous passengers.

Predictably, many journalists also took to social media, commenting that with the current state of the world, it’s increasingly challenging to distinguish between April Fool’s stories and genuine news articles.

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