Jake Paul will donate £10m to world hunger if Elon Musk gives $6bn

It comes as Elon Musk pledged to sell Tesla stock if the UN can also uncover how the cash would resolve world hunger

<p>The YouTuber and boxer promised to pledge hundreds and hundreds to the UN if Elon Musk donated first </p>

The YouTuber and boxer promised to pledge hundreds and hundreds to the UN if Elon Musk donated first

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YouTuber and boxer Jake Paul has pledged to donate $10 million to aid cease world hunger if Elon Musk donates $6 billion.

The social media personality took to Twitter to direct the records, promising to carry out a big donation to the United Nations on the placement that his tweet got 690,000 retweets and the Tesla boss made the principle pass donating an approximated 2 per cent of his wealth.

“Yo @elonmusk whereas you donate $6 billion to the UN to cease world hunger I’ll also donate $10 million if this will get 690k retweets,” Paul wrote on Twitter.

It comes as Elon Musk these days answered to UN World Food Programme chief David Beasley who called on the sector’s richest to attain more to address climate commerce.

Mr Beasley beneficial CNN that $6 billion which is 2 per cent of Elon Musk’s web value, would discover 42 million out of potentially lifestyles ending hunger.

He stated: “$6 billion to aid 42 million contributors which would be actually going to die if we don’t attain them. It’s no longer subtle.”

Responding to the feedback on Twitter, Musk stated he would sell Tesla stock and donate $6.6 billion on the placement that the UN can also uncover on Twitter how the cash would “resolve world hunger.”

“I will enlighten you that now we possess the techniques in web web page online for transparency and begin offer accounting. Your team can review and work with us to be entirely confident of such,” Mr Beasley wrote in acknowledge.

“Let’s talk: It isn’t as subtle as Falcon Heavy, but too a lot at stake to no longer as a minimum possess a conversation. I will even be on the next flight to you.”

Jake Paul is determined to combat legit boxer Tommy Fury in 18 December as Paul seeks to lengthen his file as a legit to 5-0, whereas Fury – half of-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury – enters the bout at 7-0.

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