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Elon Musk Finally Hugs Fan From Cyprus Who Camped Outside Twitter HQ

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Greek Cypriot YouTuber finally managed to get a hug from Elon Musk. Credit: Twitter/@Fidias0

YouTube star Fidias from Cyprus also known as Fifi Panayiotou has finally met Elon Musk, his favorite hero, after spending months waiting outside Twitter headquarters.

Fidias, on a mission to embrace the billionaire, had camped outside Twitter headquarters for months, documenting his journey. Fidias tweeted a photo of Elon Musk hugging him.

YouTuber from Cyprus finally gets reward from Elon Musk

Fidias was about to give up when he saw Musk’s tweet last month agreeing to hug him.

The Greek Cypriot YouTuber is known for creating pranks and challenge videos. He is popular for his survival videos that he films on his own, and he has amassed more than 650,000 subscribers on his Fidias channel, which he launched in 2019.

One of his most popular videos is titled “I Shook The Top 100 YouTuber’s Hands.” The upload has accumulated over five million views.

In September 2019, he posted a video titled “My parents want me to become a priest.”

He has also made videos with many celebrities such as Bryce Hall and FaZe Rug.

Elon Musk’s newest record

Elon Musk, the South African billionaire and once richest person on earth, now holds the record for the largest loss of personal fortune in recorded history.

Forbes has calculated that he has suffered a loss of around $182 billion (£153 billion; €173 billion) since November 2021, although, according to other sources, there is evidence that this may really be closer to $200 billion.

Musk’s total losses substantially exceed those of Japanese tech investor Masayoshi Son, who lost $58.6 billion—the previous record for losses—in the year 2000.

Forbes points out that at his all-time high, Elon Musk was worth $320 billion. This was in 2021. However, as of January 6, 2023, the wealth of the business magnate and investor is estimated at $138 billion. The decline is mostly attributable to the underperformance of Tesla’s shares.

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