Elon Musk carried Wednesday revealed the launch of his fragrance line, joking that with a name like his entering into the scent organization was “unpreventable”. He also transformed his Twitter bio to “Fragrance Salesperson”.

Elon Musk has actually set Twitter abuzz again, this time while advertising his newly-launched perfume, ‘Scorched Hair’. The Tesla chief executive officer on Thursday raised his on-again, off-again quote to get the microblogging site while asking his followers to acquire the scent.

“Please acquire my fragrance, so I can get Twitter,” reviewed Elon Musk’s tweet.

On Wednesday, Musk required to Twitter to announce the launch of his perfume line, joking that with a name like his entering into the scent company was “unavoidable”. He also transformed his Twitter bio to “Perfume Salesman”.

The “omnigender perfume” is priced at 8,400 (USD 100) and also is proclaimed to smell like “The Significance of Repugnant Wish”. “Just like leaning over a candle light at the table, however without all the effort,” the internet site for the fragrance reads.

Musk’s quote to buy Twitter since April has seen several twists. So far, he has actually both approved as well as denied a seat on Twitter’s board, looked for to take the firm private and also attempted to take out of the deal altogether.

The Tesla CEO has now reanimated his initial $54.20 per share offer for the firm, valued at $44 billion, after previously asserting to be validated in abandoning the agreement as a result of Twitter’s supposed terms violations.

Last week, A United States court postponed the Twitter test to permit Musk more time to complete his acquisition of the social networks system. Musk expects that to occur by October 28.

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Last Updated: 13 October 2022