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If energy bends spacetime, then an object moving at high velocity will bend spacetime a lot around it due to its really big kinetic energy. It follows, that an object can become a black hole at extremely high enough velocities.

But, since velocity is relative, we can find an observer for whom the object is not moving.

My question is, will some observers observe a black hole while others won't?

Thank you in advance.