Tesla Owed A Bakery: Did Elon Musk Pay $2,000 Debt?

The non-payment of 4,000 mini pies ordered by Tesla from a bakery in California became an agenda. Did Elon Musk make the payment? Here are the details!

Not a day goes by without a new incident involving Elon Musk. Last week, a bakery in California announced that the payment of an order of thousands of dollars by Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and X, has still not been made.

The media coverage of this incident attracted the attention of Elon Musk and it was announced that he made the payment to the bakery.

Elon Musk is in a lot of trouble

The bakery’s owner, Voahangy Rasetarinera, said last week that Tesla had ordered 4,000 mini pies from the bakery. However, the bakery owner shared this on Instagram after the payment was never made.

Then, after the media coverage, Rasetarinera reached out to the Guardian via email and said: “Tesla just paid the $2,000.” When Elon Musk first learned about the situation, he posted on X: “I just heard about this and things will get better at the bakery.”

According to KTVU’s report, Tesla ordered 2,000 pies on Valentine’s Day and then announced that Tesla doubled this order to 4,000 and then canceled the order without paying.

The bakery owner, who reported the incident on his Instagram account, said he suffered a huge loss due to buying additional ingredients for 4,000 mini pies, deploying all of his staff and turning down other orders.

This situation, which dropped like a bomb on the agenda, was ended in a good way by the owner of the bakery after Musk became aware of it.

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