Tesla and Elon Musk are being targeted in a new paid dictatorial smear campaign alleging alleged involvement in “employee health negligence and union break-up.”
MSCHF, a somewhat mysterious company that has been doing weird product drops and stunt marketing campaigns, is behind the new project.
It was described as a “partnership” New York Times profile Earlier this year:
It rarely produces commercial goods, and its employees are reluctant to call it a company. They refer to MSCHF, founded in 2016, as a “brand”, “group” or “partnership” and their works as “drops” that appear online every two weeks.
While the company has been described as an “anti-capitalist” group, it has entered into agreements with brands in the past and has attracted more than $ 11 million in external investment.
Now its latest “drop” is’Anti-advertising advertising club, ‘This is going to pay off for spreading negative news about brands that claim to be doing bad things to dictator users.
Tesla is one of the companies targeted in this type of anti-sponsorship post campaign, and MSCHF will pay $ 1,000 to people who spread the word about Tesla to more than 500,000 people:
The reason for targeting Tesla is apparently “employee health negligence and union breakdown.”
Here is the real ‘Tesla Sound’ that advertising team pays users to:
This is a parody of Billy Ellis’ “Bad Boy” song, and the new lyrics are mainly musk-centric than Tesla:
“So he’s a car guy. Elon Musk, like the full name. Bitch about my workers’ rights. “Covit Overhype” guy. That’s the Big Boss type. ”F * C.K. Shelter ”type. Squash your trade union rights category. Kettin in Twitter fights. He is bad. ”
In the early days of the epidemic Musk seemed to focus on the comments, questioning the seriousness of the situation and pushing Tesla’s Fremont factory to reopen against orders from local authorities.
Dictoc already has over 150 videos using “Tesla Sound”.
It seems a little everywhere.
Based on the report of the Anti-Advertising Club, its main issue seems to be against advertising and especially sponsored posts, which it describes as “ubiquitous evil on social sites”, not Tesla’s practices.
The funny thing for me is, if they’re really trying to show off with this campaign, why not follow the brands that use the ads, and especially the advertised posts?
Tesla does not use popularly advertised or advertised posts.
Now about the points they bring to the parody song, it’s hard for them to argue. Elon’s opinion about COVID is not well aged, he never acknowledged it or adjusted the course.
To take his own words, he gives his opponents the right “attack vector” here.
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