Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has expanded into the perfume industry with the release of Burnt Hair.
Elon went a step further by updating his Twitter profile to read “Perfume Salesman.”
To the uninitiated internet user, it must all sound like a joke, but it’s not.
Elon Musk has recently taken to Twitter to promote the launch of his new fragrance. In addition, he recently updated his fan base on his progress, saying that he had sold over five thousand bottles of his perfume.
Elon Musk’s New ‘Burnt Hair’ Perfume Costs $100
The Boring Company is now selling Elon’s new cologne.
In 2016, the firm was established to build infrastructure including tunnels. The Not-A-Flamethrower, however, is the item that really shot it to fame.
“It’s simply a roofing torch with an air rifle cover, not a genuine flamethrower,” Elon told Joe Rogan in 2018.
For $100 a bottle, Elon’s debut perfume, Burnt Hair, is now available for purchase through The Boring Company. The listed price reflects both the applicable VAT and the cost of domestic shipping.
On Twitter, Elon Musk gushed over his new scent, asking, “With a name like mine, getting into the fragrance business was inevitable — why did I even fight it for so long!?”
In addition, he proclaimed it “the most exquisite aroma in the universe.”
The billionaire added that supporters can pay for the item with the digital currency Dogecoin.
Elon’s New Venture Inspires Funny Twitter Reactions
A user made the comment, “One of the greatest perfume salesmen in the world.”
One Twitter user asked: “How could this man release a perfume that wasn’t called “Elon Musk?”
Someone else joked, “I’m delighted to see you have graduated from Rocket Engineer to Perfume Salesman.”
A Look at All of Tesla Ceo’s Businesses
Even though Tesla and Space X are still Elon’s primary businesses, he still maintains a number of others.
Currently, he serves as SolarCity’s chief executive officer. Elon’s cousins Lyndon Rive and Peter Rive launched the company in 2006. There was a $10 million investment from the billionaire, according to Business Insider.
Along with Max Hodak and Paul Merolla, he established Neuralink in 2016. He also started The Boring Company that year.