Elon Musk’s cryptic tweet: Is he serious about quitting his job?

December 10, 2021 09:17 PM AEDT | By Aditi Saha
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  • Musk took to Twitter, his all-time favourite social media platform, to interact with his fans.
  • This time, Musk talked about his desire to quit his job and become a permanent influencer.
  • Musk’s tweet has garnered massive attention from his followers, with many rushing to advise him on being an influencer.

Tis the season! And Elon Musk, the CEO of Space X, seems to be in a thoughtful mood. So, Musk took to Twitter, his all-time favourite social media platform, to interact with his fans. Musk’s latest tweet has managed to get thousands of reactions from his followers, who didn’t hesitate in advising the world’s richest man on how to become an influencer.

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What's the latest buzz surrounding Elon Musk's tweet?

In his latest tweet, Musk has expressed his desire to become a permanent influencer by quitting his jobs.


We all know how powerful and influential Elon Musk already is, especially in the crypto world, where a single tweet of his could send the crypto soaring or spiralling down.

However, it appears that the Tesla boss, is actually having some revolutionary thoughts and wants to don his influencer hat more seriously in order to rule the world via his thoughts.

The tweet expressing his desire to become an influencer, has garnered massive attention from his fans. Thousands of people responded to his post, flooding him with comments. Some people applauded him for his decision and asked him to pursue a career as an influencer, while others laughed it off. A few also seemed to be sceptical of Tesla's future and his favourite cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.

Let's look at a few selected reactions to Elon Musk's tweet.

Elon Musk's mysterious and intriguing ways always manage to pique the interest of his fans. So, no matter what job Elon Musk takes, even if as an influencer, he is bound to rule the hearts of his fans forever.

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