Inside Elon’s Mind

A look into the tweets of Elon Musk


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Musk rolls his eyes, much akin to what some are doing after he tweets.

From pandemic predictions, stock shenanigans, a dash of NFTs (digital tokens representing ownership of real-life assets) and meme controversy, no one knows what will surface on the Twitter page of Tesla CEO Elon Musk. It seems as if the internet is divided on what to think about Musk’s personality based on his recent tweets.

In late December 2021, a video of a Chinese man imitating Musk spread across social media. The man in the video shared an uncanny resemblance to Musk. Eventually, the video got to Musk, inspiring him to tweet about it.

“Maybe I’m partly Chinese,” Musk tweeted.

This inspired many Musk fans to share conspiracies about a possible collaboration between the two.

“Maybe if you all meet you combine to become a super entity,” Twitter user @gramgod9 said.

However, not all of Musk’s tweets have been viewed so lightheartedly. In May 2020, Musk attempted to stir up the market for his own company.

“Tesla stock price is too high imo (in my opinion)” Musk said.

This Musk tweet angered many of his own fans, as well as dropping Tesla’s stock value down by $14 billion, according to

“Dude… I just lost $10k because of this tweet,” Twitter user @TradeLikeElvis said. “[What] is wrong with u.”

But Musk has not stopped at changing his finances over Twitter. Some have accused the billionaire of stealing memes from content creators. Twitter user @pattymo found evidence of Musk stealing his creation, according to

“Glad you enjoyed the post man,” @pattymo said. “Any chance I could get like $80,000?”

@pattymo was referring to a deleted tweet of Musk posting a reaction format meme in regards to bread. It appears Musk deleted the tweet after the accusation.