Elon Musk invited President Putin to chat on the Clubhouse app

UMMATIMES - Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin, responded to the invitation of Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who invited him to join the chat on the Clubhouse application.

"This [Musk's invitation via Twitter] is of course a very interesting invitation, but we need to understand what it means, what is being proposed," said Dmitry Peskov in Moscow, Monday (15/2).

Elon Musk's call to invite Putin to discuss came after SpaceX sent four astronauts last November to the Space Station (ISS). "Will you chat with me at the Clubhouse ?," Elon Musk tweeted in Russian on Sunday.

Dmitry Peskov said President Putin was interested in fulfilling Musk's invitation to chat on the Clubhouse app.

Elon Musk's party must first understand the specifics of the discussion invitation that Musk proposes against Putin. This especially refers to Putin who does not directly use social media applications. said Dmitry Peskov.

Clubhouse is an audio-based social media application that became popular after Musk promoted it on Twitter. Users can only send voice messages on this service, no video, no text, no pictures.

Putin isn't the only public figure Musk has chatted with on the audio-based social media app Clubhouse.

It is known that Elon Musk had his first conversation at the Clubhouse last month with the CEO of Robinhood, Vlad Tenev. The contents of the conversation allude to everything from memes, crypto, and even surprise discussions with the aftermath of his role in the GameStop (GME) frenzy.