Musk Spends His $5 Billion Of Tesla Proceeds On Lotto Tickets And Dogecoin, Expecting To Win Big

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Superstar billionaire and major dork, Elon Musk, has sold nearly $5 billion worth of Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock. This was not a surprise since he informed Twitter users that he would propose selling 10% of his Tesla stock through a notorious poll.

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Elon Musk Goes On A Spending Spree

Post sale, Musk was seen driving to the bank to cash to get stacks of cash. He then drove his cyber truck to the liquor store just down the road from SpaceX launch site and spent it all on lottery tickets, vodka, Dogecoin and Newport’s. He then tweeted, “gonna double my money yo, got scratch off n vodka for dayzzzz, who wanna roll up, we got chicks over here to dawg. Buy Dogecoin.”

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