For the Apple co-founder, Elon Musk is seeking to be like Steve Jobs , becoming the most important and media figure in his company.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak lashed out at Elon Musk calling him ‘rogue’ and for trying to be ‘a cult leader’.
In conversations with CNBC , Wozniak said that Musk is a lot like Steve Jobs when he tries to convince people to believe in his products, but with noticeable differences.
“I put them in the category of having the ability to communicate, since they also want to be seen as the most important person and be like a cult leader,” says Wozniak, who in turn puts the Tesla mogul one step below. . “A lot of people will follow them no matter what they say.”
Wozniak himself also compared himself to Musk, making a complete difference: honesty.
“My life has been based on total honesty. Everything you say is totally honest. You don’t hide anything. You don’t make things up. You don’t make yourself look better. And a lot of that honesty goes away when you look at Elon Musk and Tesla,” she adds.
In 2018, Wozniak also pointed out that he “doesn’t believe anything Elon Musk or Tesla say” after images in which the company showed its cars in almost self-driving.
“I was robbed”
Steve Wozniak has assured that “Elon Musk and Tesla stole money from his family” after they bought a car of this brand in 2016, under the belief that their unit would drive itself across the country, a promise that Musk he made to all his buyers.