The Special List Of Requests Made By Don Lemon To Elon Musk

Don Lemon and Elon Musk

Don Lemon has made an appeal to Elon Musk to be the first podcaster in space. The inimitable American journalist, is said to have made a list of appeals to Tesla and X CEO Elon Musk.

According to reports, Don Lemon had high hopes of becoming the first Space podcaster. Lemon talked about his deal with the Tesla owner in a recent interview with Mediaite.

According to The New York Post, Don Lemon presented a number of requests which comes with a cost-free Cybertruck in contract discussions with X before he was ruthlessly sacked a week ago. He also maintained that SpaceX CEO Elon Musk should rocket him into space for the very first interplanetary digital recording (podcast).

Before Musk fired Lemon from his X position, he had requested a $5 million advance on top of an $8 million basic pay, as well as equity and veto authority over the site’s news policies and creative lineup. In spite of the fact that, this was revealed by Page Six, Lemon’s reps rejected that he had made a list of requests.

In a new webcast interview, Lemon didn’t disregard his craving to be the first podcaster in space, which was among a huge number of unbelievable requests he made while arranging his agreement with Elon Musk’s X platform.

Interestingly, when Lemon was asked about the cases, he essentially called them off as gibberish and admitted they were all important for the bargaining deal.

“The New York Post has been reporting some stuff that you made several inquiries from X. That you requested a Cybertruck, an $8 million annual salary, and other demands.” To which Lemon responded, “Oh, come on. That’s rubbish. People constantly negotiate, but this is ridiculous. It is obviously a deflection.”

Lemon was ousted from his X program after it debuted with his doomed Musk interview.

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According to the Post, a bulleted item in Lemon’s demands purportedly stated,

“First podcast in space to be hosted by Don (via SpaceX).”

The document, as reported by The Post, was received in December, a month before Musk and Lemon announced their agreement to create a show for X. Lemon’s representatives did not respond to the space request, but they have previously rebuffed any of the former CNN host’s crazy demands.

Meanhwile, Don Lemon has expressed that he has not heard from his previous Tesla magnate business since they headed out in different directions.

“I have not heard from him; we used to text occasionally, not a lot.”

Musk dismissed Lemon before their most memorable episode circulated, following a heated conversation on March 8 in which Lemon questioned the tech big shot concerning legislative issues, claimed drug use, and his content control procedure.

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