KISS’ Paul Stanley Believes Elon Musk Could Have ‘Made World Better By Using 44 Billion Dollars To Eradicate World Hunger’

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KISS' Paul Stanley Believes Elon Musk Could Have 'Make World Better Advanced By Using 44 Billion Dollars To Eradicate World Hunger'
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KISS founder Paul Stanley has just shared a tweet via his verified Twitter page and criticized Elon Musk after he bought Twitter for 44 billion dollars. Paul was pointing out that world hunger would be ended with that money.

Paul Stanley has been the rhythm guitarist, songwriter, and co-lead vocalist of his co-founded rock band KISS since 1973. Contributing to the band’s entire discography, Paul Stanley released 20 studio albums, 9 live albums, 14 compilation albums, 60 singles, 8 box sets, and many more things throughout his career with the band. Paul Stanley also has released two different albums as a solo musician. Debuted in 1978 with self-titled Paul Stanley, the musician’s second and latest solo album was released in 2006, named Live To Win.

Out of music, Paul uses his social media pages to share his thoughts on the current news on the world agenda. For a while, people have been talking that the richest man in the world that is the owner of Tesla and Space X, Elon Musk, bought Twitter for over 44 billion dollars. If that is officially gonna happen, Elon Musk will be the new owner of Twitter and hosts more than 200 million users.

This time, Paul Stanley has taken his official Twitter to talk about Elon Musk‘s buying it. Wondering if Elon Musk could have solved world hunger instead of buying that social media site, Paul shared his honest thoughts on his Twitter page.

“I may be missing something (please tell me),” he says. “Rather than funding a personal acquisition, Wouldn’t our world be better advanced by using far less than 44 BILLION DOLLARS to eradicate world hunger?, cure cancer? The list is long & the possibilities endless.”

People Criticized Paul Stanley Under His Tweet

After Paul Stanley sent that tweet, it had over 3.5k replies, more than 1k quotes and retweets, and more than 8k likes. Under his tweet, some familiar names replied to him, saying telling people what to do with their money isn’t anyone’s job. Former Judas Priest singer Tim “Ripper” Owens, Shinedown guitarist Zach Myers, and Phil Rind were some of those who replied to Paul Stanley.

Tim said: “Well he is selling Teslas, but I’m sure they won’t be buying those now either. It’s cool you live in a 1 bedroom 800 square foot house and most of your money goes to fixing world hunger. That’s awesome. Instead of fans buying any of your stuff give it to charity instead.”

On the other hand, Myers said Paul is wrong, even though he loves him: “Paul… you’re probably one of my favorite people I’ve ever toured with But A. Telling citizens what to do with their money isn’t our job B. Even with 44 trillion. You’re not ending world hunger.”

Here is what Phil Rind said: “These people don’t care. Does anyone need a $500M yacht? Do people need $100M homes? These guys don’t even want to let their workers unionize because they might have to pay them fairly. World hunger? Homelessness? Those are other people’s problems. All power to the people.”

Back in November 2021, Paul Stanley had discussed the possibility of the new KISS album, asking why would they need to release a new album. According to him, people would have wanted them to play old songs, even if they release a new album.

“Why would we need a new KISS album?” Stanley asks. “Any big classic band with a history, you go, ‘Oh, put out a new album.’

“You know, if The Rolling Stones put out a new album, you go, ‘Oh, that’s great. Play ‘Brown Sugar.’ … Yeah, maybe not now…

“But the same is true for us. You can have great songs on the more recent albums, but people then go, ‘Great. Play ‘Love Gun’.’

“The reality is you really love the old songs, and nobody is going to embrace new material, no matter how good it is, like you do the past, because those songs are part — those are like snapshots from your past, and you’re connected to them in a way new material never could be.

“We’re happy going out and playing. That’s where we live; that’s our turf, is the stage.”

19 COMMENTS

  1. It’s called on a power trip. And for sure not to give humanity a fighting chance. I actually liked him till I saw this business move. Paul, Thank you for your reality. We should all have a mind set like yours.

  2. So why are you talking about a new album Paul? Didnt you and gene say this is your LAST tour before hanging up the guitars? What? you want to be the Rolling Stones with grease paint? Or do you want to come out and break a hip with your 12 inch high heels? You cant do this forever and you cant tell people how to spend their money. Deal with it.

  3. Funny how that which you won’t do, but complain about others not doing the same. Clown guess that is why you need paint. Kiss is just a sorry reminder of what it was

  4. That sounds nice, but it could never eradicate world hunger. Also, you can’t ignore the FACT that Twittwr allows world terrorists to be active on Twitter but kicks off people who might say something they don’t like about face masks. If that doesn’t upset you, I don’t want to know you.

  5. Just put ur mask back on and be sure to vote for Democrats in the mid-terms, like you sound like ur inclined to do!

  6. Our federal government has spent 54 trillion dollars of OUR MONEY in the last 3 administrations….and they didn’t solve world hunger!🤷‍♀️
    So why should we care about what Elon does with his OWN MONEY??🙄

  7. In the meantime, Biden is sending Ukraine $33 Billion and the looney left doesn’t even bat an eye…

  8. Good thing nobody cares what celebrities think especially when it comes to free speech. Why don’t Stanley use some of his millions to fight world hunger? Why don’t he ask the royal family why they’re not using their horde of gold to fight world hunger?

  9. Hey Paul why don’t u and Geney do it …U 2 always have something to say 🙄…put ur money up ….I bet u won’t

  10. Sad to hear of KISS’ recent passing into the dustbin of HISTORY & irrelevancey ALSO into the old rockers abyss where tone deaf front-men/front-woman go to cry away there gloom. OH BOY MORALITY LESSONs FROM YET ANOTHER SNAPPER HEAD QUAZI CELEBRITY gaslighting the sheeple baaaaa. REEEEEEEEEEEEEE REEEEEEEEEEE
    BUBBA HO-TEP.

  11. Stanley os worth $400 million, why doesn’t he put is money where his mouth is. People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.

  12. That wouldn’t be enough money to “erraticate world hunger” anyway. But maybe if you and Gene pitch in? You know, put your money where your mouth is?

  13. Paul needs to stick to his music. The United States spends 166 billion a year fighting hunger that 44 billion isn’t gonna make a difference.

  14. I love some KISS, but the greediest band in the world should probably just STFU on this subject. lol

  15. I guess your hippies coming back out Paul I could say some things about all the money that you sucked off children all your years and now the adults that were the children how’s your hunger campaign going and Elan will make money with Twitter as he tries to progress technology that is highly needed at this time in history love you Paul but please back out of the politics

  16. Seen Kiss 4 times worth every dime spent no money on trinkets do what you want with your cash nevermind all these crybabies…that goes for Musk too but we all are entitled to our opinions…

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