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Elon Musk claims that the video that smokes weeds proves he does not feel like smoking anything



The 2018 is a fair trip for Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who has been operating irregularly for much of the last 12 months.

Whether calling a diving cave that claims to have invented underground tracks or sold Fornite, he was at all levels and many people are fans of his behavior.

Perhaps the most famous moment was when he smoked the weeds on Joe Rogan Podcast, which made him a lot of money and resulted in NASA examining security and safety standards on SpaceX.

Still in an interview for Lesley Stahla for 60 minutes, the South African philanthropist has defiantly said he smokes marijuana and has no idea how to smoke or something.

The 47-year-old man said:

I'm a bit impulsive. I really do not want to stick to the CEO's template.

I do not want to smoke pots. Like everyone who watched that podcast can say I have no idea how to smoke sweat or whatever.

It is entirely possible that Musk tells him the truth, because during a conversation with Rogan he did not look like Musk breathed in smoke or did not know what to do with his knuckle.

This, however, justifies Muska because he should not go anywhere near the fabric and is likely to be followed for the next few years.

In addition, Stahl also pushed Muska into his unusual Twitter action, which obviously made his investors a lot of money.

Musk avoids criticism and claims the tweet was not under pressure:

I use tweets to express myself. Some people use hair, I use Twitter.

I'm just me.

I think I was certainly under crazy stress and crazy, crazy hours … But the system would fail if I was really unstable.

Watch the part of the video interview below.

HT Daily Mail


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