Elton Musk, CEO of Tesla, may be a billionaire and one of the world's best-known entrepreneurs, but he is also known in the social media for his love of memes – and his latest scientific explanation of the phenomenon has become viral.  Elon Musk's admiration for internet memes was confirmed when he appeared on YouTube in 2018 in PewDiePie's famous & # 39; Meme Review & # 39;
He has been in good shape on his Twitter account since then, mixing various memes with a more serious post about his various business ventures and his scientific findings.
Elon Musk's appearance on the Meme Review by PewDiePie has over 24 million views on YouTube.
However, in his last post, his love of memes and science mingled, and that's what we expected from the Founder of SpaceX.
Unlike his earlier Teletubbies, who were more bizarre than humorous and had his followers scratching their heads in confusion, this has been a great success. Dope-a-Mem – a smarter turn.
Playing with the hormone dopamine & # 39 ;, which is often associated with pleasure and reward, Elon announces that this is & # 39; Dope-a-Meme "is actually true".
Musk even blended his love of car propulsion technology with another meme, and mocked car review magazine JD Power for a study that found car users perceived Tesla's driver assistance technology as "annoying."
With more than 28 million followers on his Twitter, Elon Musk is one of the 100 most visited customers, just behind the Jenner sisters Kendall and Kylie.
His memes are on the site getting viral platform with over 45,000 retweets on the "Dope-a-Meme" post, which helps his account gain nearly half a million new followers each month.