In August earlier this year, Young Thug was gifted 100 acres of undeveloped land in Atlanta from his manager Geoff Ogunlesi and realtor Trey Williams for his 30th birthday. Quickly after, Thugger revealed his plans for the land, announcing that he hopes to add affordable housing, a waterpark, a campsite and even dirt bike trails. With all the ideas for the site, Slime City is sure to take up a ton of electricity.
Trying to do his part for the environment, Young Thug reached out to Elon Musk on Twitter to see if they could work together on finding a solar-powered solution for Slime City. Though Musk did not respond on Twitter, he did write on Young Thug’s Facebook page, “Talk to me in private.” It seems that the two might just be planning on working together to make Slime City solar-powered. Our Generation Music was able to capture the interaction online here.
I wanna make Slime City solar powered wya @elonmusk
— Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) October 19, 2021
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