Elon Musk, the world’s richest man wears a $7,500 ‘Devil’s Champion’ costume for Heidi Klum’s Halloween bash. A befitting look for the evil incarnate as he prepares to lay off 2,000 Twitter employees, said haters.

Elon Musk made a $7500 effort to stand out at Heidi Klum’s Halloween party. The SpaceX founder spent his moolah on a costume called the “Devil’s Champion – Leather Armor Set” from the legendary NYC costume store Abracadabra. Of course, there is no beating the undisputed champion of Halloween, Heidi Klum, but Musk tried hard, spending a pretty penny, and showed up in a blazing red Samurai-style costume with his mother, Maye Musk (that’s scary too for some).

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Apparently, the costume can also be rented for $1,000, but that’s unacceptable when you are the richest person in the world with a net worth of $209 billion (according to Forbes, as of writing). The chief executive officer of Twitter was bashed unabashedly on the same platform he acquired for $44 billion. One user, Christopher Greene, commented, ‘Elon Musk is literally adorned in Red like the devil, has Satan emblazed on his chest and a sacrilege upside down cross on his chest. This guy is literally the Anti-Christ beast, and we all know who is the pompous one.’

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Another Twitter user lamented at Musk’s plan to lay off nearly 25 percent of the 7500-strong workforce, ‘Elon Musk shows up in $7,500 suit of armor to Heidi Klum’s Halloween bash as he prepares to lay off nearly 2,000 Twitter employees – just hours after visiting his new company’s NYC headquarters.

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