Elon Musk can add the Escobar family to his list of detractors after belled arbiter Pablo’s older brother, Roberto Escobar, today accused the billionaire tech CEO of burglary the design for The Boring Company’s Not A Flamethrower.

According to TMZ, an architect associated with Musk visited the Escobar’s business admixture about around the summer of 2017. During that time Escobar allegedly discussed developing a “toy flamethrower” with the engineer. Apparently no added discussions were held amid the two camps, which left Escobar abashed when The Boring Aggregation appear it was developing its own flamethrower in January of 2018. Also per the report: Escobar and aggregation are because their legal options.

We’re not sure what those options could possibly be. It’s a safe bet Musk and The Boring Aggregation did their due activity when they absitively to accomplish and sell a consumer-grade flamethrower. The New York state senate just passed a bill banning it, one imagines the state’s lower courts could have handled the issue if The Boring Company’s paperwork wasn’t appropriately in order.

It bears acknowledgment that Musk’s flamethrower, which is absolutely called “Not A Flamethrower,” sold out of its bound 20,000 unit assembly run (at $500 a piece) a while back. You can potentially get one on eBay for about twice its retail cost, but contrarily you’re out of luck.

Unless you buy an abundantly similar-looking flamethrower from Escobar Inc., of course. As you may have guessed, Escobar is hawking his own device. He also has some advice on its use:

I want the people to be able to burn money, like me and Pablo used to do. I burned apparently a couple of billion dollars over the years. Literally afire the money. For many reasons. The Escobar Inc Flamethrower will sell out very fast.

And, best of all, the Escobar flamethrower just went on sale for $250, because people who burn money also acknowledge bargains. Right? 

Musk’s responded to the accusations with his usual aloofness:

We reached out to Escobar Inc. to see if it had annihilation to say back to Musk. And we were not disappointed. The company’s CEO, Olof Gustafsson, had some strong thoughts on Elon’s tweet. He told 

Elon’s tweet shows that he is guilty. It is very important to accept that right now, one of the richest people currently in the world has accustomed his atrocity by announcement that “it is not a flamethrower, Mr. Escobar”, this is his way of trying to lower his real liability. He is basically acceptance to stealing! We will settle this, I am sure. Elon knows where to find us.

And Escobar, the company’s founder, had even harsher words for Musk:

Elon we both know you stole from me, I am OK to settle this right now for $100 million. Tesla shares is OK or cash. I will win in court, and you will lose more than $100 million. Maybe I will make myself new Tesla CEO with the courts? Remember, in the 1980’s you were a small baby boy while I was active the world. Now you made a few billion, even 20 billion, that is what I made in 2 good weeks my friend. Let’s settle this like gentleman. Send me the Tesla Shares to Escobar Inc.

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