The teen celebrity jet tracker Jack Sweeney has shown that not everything can be purchased with money. Elon Musk, the richest man in the world,  

made him an offer of at least $5,000 to stop the tech tycoon's flight-tracking Twitter bot, @ElonJet. The University of Central Florida sophomore declined to comply with the founder of SpaceX.  

However, the young man not only consented but also freely disabled MarkCuban's @MCubansJets. After all, showing respect has its advantages. 

Cuban's was the only celebrity, politician, or billionaire Sweeney paid attention to when they asked him to "stop tracking me."

CNBC Make It reported that all it took for Cuban to request Sweeney's friendship and business advice was a direct message on Twitter asking Sweeney to disable @MCubansJets. The 19-year-old Sweeney says,  

He said, 'I'd be your friend,' and I asked if I could meet him at a basketball game." It is more valuable than gold to learn tips and tricks from a maverick like Cuban, 

owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. Being the astute teenager he is, Sweeney saw the chance and seized it.

Additionally, Sweeney will actually meet Cuban at a Dallas Mavericks game the following year. 

Given that @MCubansJets hasn't tweeted since April, Sweeney is a man of his word. According to its bio, its code has been turned off.