On Sunday night, Dave Chappelle surprised audience members at his show in San Francisco when he invited Elon Musk on stage to join him.
Musk was met with minutes of loud booing and jeering.
The incident was recorded and later posted to Twitter.
Slowly, videos of the incident were removed and accounts seemingly suspended like the one below.
@CleoPat48937885 was the first to post the video and some crazy stuff went down.
The user later came back and claimed, "Elon didn't suspend me," but that still doesn't explain the other videos that were removed.
Of course, Musk and his remaining engineers couldn't take down the videos nearly as quickly as they were being downloaded and replicated.
In response to the circulating videos, Musk claimed something completely different.
In a now-deleted Tweet, Musk said:
"Technically, it was 90% cheers & 10% boos (except during quiet periods), but, still, that’s a lot of boos, which is a first for me in real life (frequent on Twitter)."
It’s almost as if I’ve offended SF’s unhinged leftists … but nahhh."
Musk also deleted his replacement Tweet which said:
"A major fight broke out in the audience just as I was about to talk, so didn't get to say much."
Though the tweets are gone, the memory remains and the twitterverse reacted.
It seems all of Musk's tweets involving the incident have been deleted with the exception of a possibly-related one that was posted the morning after.
The video, however, is still making the rounds.