Elon Musk's comments on social media spark a backlash among Tesla investors. 

This week, the Tesla board was made aware of the controversy surrounding Elon Musk's remarks on the social media platform X. 

A number of well-known Tesla investors have come out following Elon Musk's claim last week that a post containing antisemitic remarks was "the actual truth." 

In a letter to Tesla's board chair Robyn Denholm on Monday, a trustee for the public pension funds ,

in New York City urged her and the other board members to hold Elon Musk responsible for his recent actions ,

and make sure they don't negatively impact the company. As of September, 

the city's retirement systems held approximately $946 million worth of Tesla shares. 

In the correspondence, New York City Comptroller Brad Lander—who serves as both an investment ,

adviser and a trustee for the city pension funds—described Musk's remarks as "abhorrent." 

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