Billionaire Elon Musk was visiting Mexico and was captured in a nightclub in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, accompanied by Ricardo Salinas Pliego’s son.
Elon Musk attended the exclusive “Sundream Baja” party held in Los Cabos this weekend. While the owner of Tesla and Twitter was throwing the forbidden steps, Salinas Pliego’s son and nephew ran into him and even asked him for advice.
On his Twitter account, Salinas Pliego recounted that his son approached Elon Musk and asked him for advice, to which Musk replied, “Be useful.” “Very sound advice,” he commented.
Ricardo Salinas Pliego’s nephew tells about his talk with Elon Musk in Los Cabos.
Guillermo Salinas Treviño, Ricardo Salinas Pliego’s nephew, talked about his conversation with Elon Musk in Los Cabos, Baja California.
Through his Instagram account, Ricardo Salinas’ nephew said that the owner of Twitter and Tesla told him how much he likes Mexico, specifically Nuevo León.
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“Yesterday, I ran into this gentleman telling me how much he likes Mexico 🇲🇽 our Great Country and specifically Our Nuevo Leon,” he said.
According to his story, in the nightclub, he asked him why he chose Nuevo Leon for his new Tesla plant, and Elon Musk replied that “because of the work culture and the high level of technology that Nuevo Leon and its people have compared to the rest of the country.”
In addition to the proximity of Nuevo Leon to the United States and, specifically, to Austin, Texas, where he spends most of his time.
“He also told me that Mexico is very undervalued. He says, ‘It has a very good vibe!’ Haha Ah! And I asked him if he would like to buy/invest in land in Mexico, to which he replied: ‘No, in fact, I don’t have a house or land. I live wherever I am and spend most of my time at my plant in Austin,'” wrote Salinas Pliego’s nephew.