Diva Don Lemon demanded from Elon’s X: A Cybertruck, $5M cash, and to be the first man to podcast from space – and MORE!
By News Editors // Apr 05, 2024

Ex-CNN broadcaster Don Lemon, recently let go from a deal with Elon Musk’s X, allegedly made an out-of-this-world list of demands, including soliciting a Tesla Cyber truck, an upfront payment of $5 million, and to be the first man to host a space podcast.

(Article republished from TheNationalPulse.com)

The broadcaster, who made over $20M when he left CNN, wanted an $8 million salary with a $5 million upfront payment. Lemon also attempted to negotiate an equity stake in X and even have a say in the X policy regarding news material.

According to a document from his agent, Lemon demanded a private jet, a suite for him and his partner, and a company covered full-day of relaxation activities. Additionally, Lemon sought financial assistance to build a podcast studio and a ride on a SpaceX rocket to secure a “first to record a podcast in space” title.

Elon Musk responded to the revelations by characterizing Lemon as “Veruca Salt,” the entitled child from the famous book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Read more at: TheNationalPulse.com

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