Elon Musk asked Twitter to send him their 'dankest memes' and it backfired badly

Greg Evans
Friday 26 October 2018 08:15
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Elon Musk is a 47-year-old South African business magnate, philanthropist, entrepreneur, CEO of both SpaceX and Tesla, and has a net worth of $20.7 billion.

Some of his ventures include trying to send humans to Mars, launching a car into space and building a battery that can bower South Australia.

Last night, on Twitter, Musk asked his 23.3 million followers to send him their 'dankest memes.' We're sure his girlfriend, Grimes was really impressed by this.

Once again, this is a 47-year-old man, who is clearly very clever, so goodness knows why he was trying to act like a 14-year-old.

Luckily he did give some instructions after saying that he didn't want any moth memes, which is a little disappointing.

Twitter immediately saw this as an excuse to have some fun at Musk's expense.

Others sent him some memes which were just way too troubling to share here and it's safe to say that Musk didn't care for them.

People retweeting Musk's request were probably the harshest critics.

It's possible that Musk regrets this request.

HT Twitter Moments

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