Tech billonaire Elon Musk, known for his sometimes erratic and downright bizarre tweets, has shared a message on the site appearing to claim that he ejaculates in peas.
Musk, who is 50, has tried to carve out an image for himself of a new age tech tsar who is hip and often shares odd tweets of this ilk, to the joy of his loyal followers.
In his latest meme culture tweet, Musk wrote: "No violins4me i cum in peas," following up with: "If you like the chorus, you’ll love the drop."
The tweet was sent out at 3:40 am Eastern Standard Time. It is not entirely clear what the message means but his followers loved it, and replied with their own meme responses.
"Thinking of quitting my jobs & becoming an influencer full-time wdyt," he tweeted hours earlier, replying to a fan in the thread who suggested he make an OnlyFans account, saying that "maybe" he will.
The Tesla chief executive and SpaceX founder "is an open admirer of memes," according to the New York Times.
A meme is defined by Oxford English Dictionary as "an image, video, piece of text, etc., typically humorous in nature, that is copied and spread rapidly by internet users, often with slight variations."
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It can also mean, according to the same source, "an element of a culture or system of behaviour passed from one individual to another by imitation or other non-genetic means."
“Who controls the memes controls the universe,” he tweeted last summer. He has called the jokes-cum-internet culture “modern art” and shares them regularly on Twitter, where he has almost 66 million followers.
His bizarre Twitter activity follows markedly more serious comments, when he spoke of his concern over the global population because of declining birth rates.
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Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Musk claimed: "There are not enough people. I can't emphasise this enough, there are not enough people."
He added: "I think one of the biggest risks to civilisation is the low grow rate and the rapidly-declining grow rate.
"And yet so many people – including smart people – think there are too many people in the world and think the population is growing out of control. It's completely the opposite.
"Please look at the numbers, if people don't have more children, civilisation is going to crumble. Mark my words."
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Musk has six kids himself and when questioned over the fact, he said he is trying to set a “good example” as he tries to “ practice what I preach”.
The 50-year-old has a set of twins and triplets with his ex-wife Justine Musk and had a toddler called X Æ A-Xii with his now ex-girlfriend and musician Grimes.
According to a study in The Lancet, the world's population is expected to peak in 2064 at 9.7 billion but predictions claim it will drop to 8.8 billion by 2100.
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