Tweets About Elon Musk’s New Fragrance, “Burnt Hair,” Are Mostly Humorous

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Tweets About Elon Musk's New Fragrance, "Burnt Hair," Are Mostly Humorous

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, recently introduced his new “Burnt Hair” cologne to his admirers, marking his entry into the fragrance industry.

Elon went one step further by changing his Twitter bio to “Perfume Salesman.”

To the uninitiated internet user, it must all look like a joke, but it’s all true.

Elon recently tweeted about the launch of his new fragrance. He also disclosed to his fans that he had already sold more than 5,000 bottles of his perfume.

Elon Musk’s New Burnt Hair Perfume Costs $100

The Boring Company is selling Elon’s new fragrance.

The company that builds infrastructure and tunnels was established in 2016. However, the Not-A-Flamethrower is the product that gave it widespread recognition.

Elon stated to Joe Rogan in 2018 that it was “simply a roofing torch with an air rifle cover, it’s not a genuine flamethrower.”

The Burnt Hair perfume, Elon’s debut scent, is now available at The Boring Company for $100 per bottle. Tax and domestic shipping fees are included in the price.

With a name like mine, getting into the scent business was inevitable why did I even resist it for so long!? Elon joked on Twitter about his new perfume.

The perfume was dubbed “The best fragrance on Earth” by him as well.

The billionaire said that his followers could also buy the item with Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency.

Funny Twitter Reactions to Elon’s New Venture

One user quipped, “One of the best perfume marketers in the world.”

“How did this man release a perfume that wasn’t called Elon Musk,” another tweeted

Another joked, “I’m delighted to see you’ve outgrown your title of Rocket Engineer to Perfume Salesman.”

A Look at All of Tesla Ceo’s Businesses

Elon still focuses on Tesla and Space X as his main businesses, but he also has other ongoing projects.

He leads SolarCity as CEO. Lyndon and Peter Rive, Elon’s cousins, launched the business in 2006. According to Business Insider, the billionaire invested $10 million in the company.

Along with Max Hodak and Paul Merolla, he launched Neuralink in 2016. He established The Boring Company in the same year.

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