Tesla Slammed on Twitter by Famous Musician: 'They Have Lied to Us' Looks like Musk can take orders but might not be able to fully deliver.

By Emily Rella

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Looks like Musk can take orders but might not be able to fully deliver.

Musician David Crosby came for Tesla on Twitter after claiming that he put an order in for a Tesla vehicle 7 months ago and has yet to receive his new car.

"I think his efforts at getting the humans out into space are exemplary," Crosby said of Musk in the Tweet. "We ordered our Tesla 7 months ago

They have lied to us 4 times about when we would get it"

Crosby finished in on Musk with a zinger claiming that he is now not only looking into canceling his order, but that he is considering ordering a vehicle from competitor car brand Porsche.

Musk, who is not usually one to keep quiet on the social media platform, has yet to respond to the allegations.

The slander comes at a troubling time for Tesla after reports of rodents infesting and damaging vehicles hit the internet.

Musk, however, announced Friday that the car company would begin rolling out humanoid robots as early as 2022.

"It's basically going to start dealing with work that is boring, repetitive and dangerous," the billionaire said during Tesla's AI Day. "What is the work that people would least like to do?"

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Emily Rella

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Senior News Writer

Emily Rella is a Senior News Writer at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, she was an editor at Verizon Media. Her coverage spans features, business, lifestyle, tech, entertainment, and lifestyle. She is a 2015 graduate of Boston College and a Ridgefield, CT native. Find her on Twitter at @EmilyKRella.

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