Elon Musk, it seems, just can not help himself.
Even with intense attention to the Tesla CEO's erratic Twitter behavior, Musk sent several impulsive messages to the social media platform on Tuesday
Musk responded to a tweet based on a Forbes Article entitled "A Women's Founder Takes the Tears of Elon Musk", denying that he cried during an interview with the New York Times :  A spokesman for the Times told CNN that the paper stood in his description of the telephone interview. "Mr. Musk's feeling was audible, it's not true that his voice has broken only once," the spokesman said.
Then, Drew Olanoff, a former TechCrunch author, volunteered after the time when Musk accused the British diver Vern Unsworth, who helped save a Thai football team to be a cave, a pedophile. After Musk's first "Pedo" tweet, Tesla's stock price fell 4%:
In his response to Olanoff on Tuesday, Musk seemed to suggest that the cave diver would have sued him if the "pedo" charges were really wrong. 1
Two weeks ago, Musk's Tweet on the ability to take Tesla privately rallied investors and caught the attention of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Some shareholders have sued. He blames exhaustion for his unpredictable social media behavior, and tells the New York Times that he has not worked a full week since 2001.
Last week, Arianna told Huffington Musk, who claims he works 120 hours a week, he should take better care of himself, and he replied on Twitter at 2:30, saying change was not an option:
Musk's tweeting is becoming a burden Tesla, who now has $ 11.2 billion in short positions after S3 partners. "I've never seen a stock price tied to a CEO, and I've never seen a CEO who is inseparable from reality," said a Tesla investor earlier this year Vanity Fair , "Elon Musk is clearly more of a genius than Steve Jobs ever was, but Steve was more of a pro than Elon Musk ever was."