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Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s latest tweet has a funny twist to it - Read here to know what

The SpaceX CEO posted a photo that had a Shiba Inu dog sticker which also is a symbol of cryptocurrency Dogecoin.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s latest tweet has a funny twist to it - Read here to know what
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has once again created a buzz on the social media site, Twitter, which has garnered over 310.8k likes, 38.8k retweets, and 28.6k comments. But what is it that has swept the netizens off their feet?

The SpaceX CEO posted a photo with the caption, “Found this pic of me as a child”, on Twitter, except the photo was anything but from his childhood. It would have been another remarkable thing to see a photo from his childhood, but it only was a photo describing his childhood.

The photo had a Shiba Inu dog sticker which also is a symbol of cryptocurrency Dogecoin. The value of Dogecoin keeps on fluctuating, with every tweet by him,, and the caption was, “I have to keep my passion hidden from the public or I will be publicly ostracized.”

The users commented saying that his interest in Dogecoin is very well established through this photo. Another user pointed to the chess image on the computer screen in the post, saying he was playing chess in the 80s.

This photo came in after he recently made a statement regarding bitcoin where he mentioned that Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin due to environmental concerns. He had also commented on selling Tesla's stake in bitcoin but retraced later on the comment. 

Prior to this meme, he had shared a post on Twitter with the sticker “diamonds and hands,” implying that Tesla has diamond hands, which means “traders who believe in the profitability of their stocks and securities and hold on to them while the price drops.” This was directed saying that Tesla wouldn’t withdraw a $1.5 billion stake in bitcoin.

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