#DeleteFacebook Goes Too Far! Elon Musk Deletes Tesla's and SpaceX Facebook Pages After Challenge On Twitter
Elon Musk deleted the Facebook pages of SpaceX after he was challenged to do so on Twitter and said "What's that?" about Facebook.

New York, March 24: Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and electric car maker Tesla, has deleted the facebook pages of his companies after a user challenged or dared him to take his pages off Facebook.

The most striking feature of Elon Musk's reply was his nonchalant reply when WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton tweeted him that "It is time #deletefacebook," urging Elon Musk to delete his and the Facebook pages of his companies.

He simply replied with a "What's Facebook?" comment.

Another tweet challenged Musk to delete the SpaceX page on Facebook by instigating him and saying "Delete SpaceX page on Facebook if you're the man?"

Elon's reply was even more sarcastic this time, saying that he didn't know that such a page existed and said "will do."

Elon Musk and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg have had a history of confrontations over issues of tech and robots. The co-founder of Whatsapp, Brian Acton has also joined the #deletefacebook bandwagon. The tweets comes just days after Facebook was accused of breaching data privacy in the Cambridge Analytica case. Even the Indian government had issued a notice to UK- based Cambridge Analytica over using data of Indians from Facebook, and Facebook has come under huge criticism for the leak, with the #deletefacebook hashtag going strong on social media and Twitter. Facecook CEO has accepted that they were at fault and has said that they would look into the matter to ascertain that such incidents can be prevented in future.