But the conversation quickly moved toward the elephant in the room- Musk's multiple guns on his nightstand.
One doctor and gun violence survivor implored Musk to practice safe gun ownership by unloading his firearm and locking it away.
"As a survivor and now Trauma Surgeon, I can tell you @ElonMusk that the safest way to store your firearm is Unloaded and Locked. This is critical to practicing responsible gun ownership. I suspect that if you spent a day with me in our trauma center, your views may change," Joseph Sakran wrote.
Fred Guttenberg, who is the father to a victim of the 2018 Stoneman Douglas High School shooting echoed Sakran's concerns.
"My daughter was killed because of gun violence. Every day across America children are killed because of irresponsible adults who do not lock up guns," Guttenberg tweeted.
Some accused Musk's revolver of being a toy gun as it did not seem to include a trigger.
Musk only addressed the ring marks left behind from the Diet Coke cans in another tweet.
"There is no excuse for my lack of coasters," he wrote.
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