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Elon Musk says he will buy Coca-Cola next door to put ‘cocaine back in’

Ever since he finalized the deal to buy Twitter a few days ago, billionaire founder Elon Musk seems to have been bombarded with requests to fix other products for public use. Although he enjoyed the attention, he was also frustrated with these requests. The founder of Tesla has a reputation for making astonishing statements and following some of them at least in the expected time. Twitter users uncovered his old tweets and even distributed fake ones to indicate that some wanted to buy some successful companies to “fix” them.

Musk responded to these requests and fake screenshots in his trademark funny style, saying he wanted to buy the next beverage giant Coca-Cola to “put cocaine back”.

He urged people to turn Twitter into a “maximum entertainment” place.

After trying to use irony to make people understand that it is ironic to expect him to correct everything they believe is wrong in the world, Musk shared another tweet that people should take the initiative themselves.

Sharing a screenshot showing his old tweet about his intention to buy McDonald’s and fix its ice cream machines, Musk told his followers, “Listen, I can not do miracles. As well. “

Musk has received criticism from a section of Twitter users over his recent public criticism of the Twitter staff. Many people questioned his plans to run the company and warned that other Twitter employees were watching how he was publicly abusing his colleagues.

Since then, Musk has limited himself to tweeting hints on how he wants to change Twitter. For example, Twitter direct messages must have end-to-end encryption so that no one can spy on or hack the messages.

He called on Twitter to remain politically neutral in order to gain public confidence. “If Twitter is to be worthy of the trust of the people, it must be politically neutral, that is, to confuse the right and the left alike,” he said.

Musk bought a 100 percent stake in Twitter in a $ 44 billion deal.

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