Indian guy mocks China's failed rocket attempt; gets schooled by Elon Musk

China failed in its attempt to launch Long March-5 rocket. An Indian guy tried to mock the event but he got schooled by Space-X founder Elon Musk instead. Here's what happened

China recently failed in its attempt to launch the ‘Long March-5 Y2’ carrier rocket after the scientists detected a flaw during its flight. For those of you who don’t know, Long March-5 rocket weighs a whopping 879 tonnes and it is one of the most powerful rockets in the world. Naturally, the news invited people in the know expressing their sympathy with towards the country. Among others was South African-born Canadian-American inventor and Space-X founder CEO Elon Musk.

Those of you who follow Musk would know that the Neuralink founder is quite active on Twitter and he shares the developments of his projects regularly. As soon as the news got out, Musk shared a link expressing his empathy on the micro-blogging site. “Sorry to hear about China launch failure today. I know how painful that is to the people who designed & built it,” he wrote.

While most people had a similar reaction to the news, an Indian guy had a different take as he mocked the misfortune. “Well what else can you expect from Made in China things,” he wrote reacting to Musk’s tweet.

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His tweet obviously didn’t go down well with Musk who decided to school him instead. “Actually, China manufacturing quality is excellent. Among other things, that’s where iPhones, many Android phones & most laptops are made,” Musk tweeted elaborating facts about the products made in China. While most people agreed with Musk, the Indian guy who goes by the name Omkar Banore om Twitter accused Musk of cyber bullying.

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As of now, Musk hasn’t responded to Banore’s tweet. It would be interesting to see how he would react. Here’s how the conversation went down:

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