Elon Musk slams controversial influencer Andrew Tate with pizza box burn, while the pizza company resorts to “most wanted” slogan

Andrew Tate is a controversial influencer who had lawsuits with environmental defender Greta Thunberg through social networks. Being arrested this week, Musk took the opportunity to make fun of him

Elon Musk mocked controversial influencer and alleged sex trafficker Andrew Tate on Saturday. The famous billionaire did this after praising Greta Thunberg in a previous tweet.

“Sometimes it’s better to make pizza at home,” the Twitter chief and Tesla founder tweeted on New Year’s Eve.

The taunt referenced the theory that Tate, 36, was discovered hiding out in Romania after he posted a video holding a pizza box from Jerry’s Pizza, a popular chain in the European country of choice for the British brothers.

Allegedly, Romanian authorities knew he was in Romania because of the pizza box, so they were able to find him and arrest him.

Because of this, Elon Musk posted his pizza tweet.

Tate used the pizza box while criticizing the 19-year-old environmental advocate, telling an off-camera person to make sure not to recycle the pizza box.

After posting the video, Tate was arrested Thursday on kidnapping and rape charges shortly after the video of him with the pizza box was posted.

He and his brother had allegedly formed an organized crime group that sexually exploited women and forced them to make pornographic films.

On Friday, Elon Musk, 51, also tweeted that Thunberg was great for standing up to Tate.

“The sheer amount of brand recognition Greta achieved in a few short years is amazing. To tell you the truth, I think it’s great,” the billionaire said.

Likewise, Musk denied rumors that he and Tate were friends on Friday, arguing that they never met.

The pizza company uses the situation and resorts to irony in a marketing stunt.

Jerry’s Pizza has reacted with a Facebook post as Andrew Tate was detained in Romania, and the controversial character got into a Twitter feud with Greta Thunberg over recycling pizza boxes.

In addition, some foreign publications speculated that Andrew Tate was found and picked up by Romanian authorities after he posted a video of himself receiving pizza from a Romanian company, revealing his whereabouts.

“The reason we are the most wanted pizza. We have taste,” Jerry’s Pizza wrote on Facebook, making a pun on the American phrase “most wanted,” used by US authorities for most wanted criminals.

In the video posted to his Twitter account on Wednesday, Tate, at one point, receives two pizza boxes and tells the giver to make sure the boxes are not recycled, an obvious taunt to Greta Thunberg.

Romanian police picked up the controversial character on Thursday, and on Friday morning came Greta Thunberg’s ironic retort:

“This is what happens when you don’t recycle pizza boxes.”