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Elon Musk Reveals A Bizarre Internet Viral Preventing Him To Live A Productive Life

Elon Musk Reveals A Bizarre Internet Viral Preventing Him To Live A Productive Life

The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk, is continued to share some interesting memes on his verified Twitter account. This time, he showed how he spends his time on the internet.

Elon Musk has passed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and earned the title of the richest person in the world. In his interviews, Musk says the secret to success is to work efficiently. However, he is also a human being and there are some activities where he also spends his free time.

Musk shared a famous meme on Twitter, showing his admiration for a viral TikTok video called ‘Sea Shanties,’ If you look at the meme shared by Musk, it depicts an illustrated cleric and a woman trying to seduce him. This is how the 49-year-old business magnate showed his admiration for the videos called ‘Sea Shanties.’

After the followers and fans found out that Elon Musk is a ‘Sea Shanties’ fan, they flocked to the comment section and posted interesting comments.

A Twitter user commented:

“You’re literally one of the richest people in the world and this is how you spend your time.”

Another user wrote:

“Could anyone imagine a CEO from any other company posting this? They’d be out the door. Yet from a stonehead it’s somehow acceptable. Crazy.”

Also, a fan said:

“So is somebody going to tell @elonmusk where to go if he would like a sea shanty?!”

So how did ‘Sea Shanties’ go viral? In the first week of 2021, videos featuring acapella-style songs that we are not used to seeing on the famous social media platform TikTok started to attract attention.

Users named it #ShantyTok, and videos tagged with #seashanties had over 74 million views. And this number is still increasing. On Tuesday, Google Trends tweeted that ‘sea shanties’ are being searched more than any other time in platform history.

Check out the Twitter post below.

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