Jeff Bezos says he’s been ‘working hard on my ass’

Jeff Bezos is getting cheeky about his fitness center routine. 

Amazon’s billionaire founder joked that he’s been “working hard on my ass” in response to a crude tweet on Wednesday from a consumer who requested to be invited to hang around with him and his girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez, on his tremendous yacht.

The racy quip from the iron-pumping tech tycoon seems to be a part of Bezos’ effort to imitate Elon Musk’s edgy and more and more transgressive use of the social community. Bezos has used the positioning extra incessantly in latest weeks, sparring with the Biden administration over company taxes and questioning Elon Musk’s ties to China. 

Bezos’ weird collection of posts started Wednesday afternoon after a creator of the cryptocurrency Dogecoin posted on Twitter about how Democrats and Republicans shouldn’t “act like an a–hole to moderates.” 

Bezos responded: “Seen you refer to yourself as a sh*tposter but maybe you’re mostly just a wiseposter.”

Then, a Twitter account known as @dao2wei responded to the jacked and bald Amazon founder with a crude reference to Bezos’ girlfriend. 

“Can you invite Billy and I onto your yacht with Lauren,” wrote @dao2wei, which has simply 21 followers. “I’m trying to see that fine piece of ass in person.” 

“Thank you. I’ve been working hard on my ass,” replied Bezos, who’s price an estimated $130 billion and owns the Washington Post.

Amazon’s public relations workforce personally manages Bezos’ Twitter and Instagram accounts, the Information reported last year, though it’s unclear whether or not an Amazon flack advisable Bezos put up about his buttocks. 

Amazon didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark. 

Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez
Amazon’s PR workforce reportedly personally manages Bezos’ Twitter and Instagram accounts.
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Last year, Bezos raised eyebrows when he teased actor Leonardo DiCaprio after video surfaced of Sanchez giving the “Titanic” actor a star-struck take a look at a gala.

“Leo, come over here, I want to show you something…,” Bezos wrote , alongside a picture of himself leaning over an indication that reads, “DANGER! STEEP CLIFF FATAL DROP.” 

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