Elon Musk Jokes New Perfume Launch ‘Burnt Hair’, Says ‘Buy My Perfume So I Can Buy Twitter’

Elon Musk Wants You To Buy This Perfume To Fund Twitter Purchase

Highlights:

  • Fans of Elon Musk have actually started purchasing the perfume.
  • On the website of the Boring Company, the price of the “finest perfume” is $100.
  • Users use the Doge cryptocurrency as a payment method, according to Musk.

Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter for the same price that initially caused him to hesitate. The Tesla CEO is joking about raising money to buy the social media platform through sale of his brand-new fragrance, “Burnt Hair,” before the official contract is signed. Musk wrote, “Please buy my perfume, so I can buy Twitter,” in a tweet. Twitter’s lawsuit against Musk is scheduled to go to court on October 17.

Although the “Burnt Hair” cologne initially appeared to be a joke, many Elon fans soon began purchasing it. Musk altered his Twitter bio to read “perfume salesman” shortly after releasing the new perfume. The price of the purportedly finest perfume is $100 on the website of the Boring Company. Musk stated that the Doge cryptocurrency is used by consumers as a form of payment.

Musk began tweeting about the perfume’s sales figures after it went on sale. It seems that his company has succeeded in selling 20,000 bottles of the Burnt Hair perfume, which is valued over $1 million globally.

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Whether or if Musk is raising money for Twitter, he seems to be very adamant about taking this current offer. Some even say that the Tesla CEO is desperately trying to acquire Twitter in order to prevent the release of his private chats with Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal. He has resurrected his initial $54.20 per share bid for the $44 billion company. Previously, he pulled out of the agreement because he thought Twitter had exaggerated the number of spam accounts.

It’s interesting that Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Meta, was recently questioned about the Twitter-Elon Musk controversy. He stated, “I think it’s interesting as a saga like you’re saying, but I think even at this point, it’s not actually clear what’s going to happen, in an interview with The Verge.”  He continued, ” I think this is another one of those things that it’s really unclear how it’ll actually turn out.”

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