Trending ‘Buy YouTube’ after Elon Musk tackles ‘scam ads all over their site’

After Elon Musk’s failed Twitter deal, it looks like people want him to buy YouTube now. They got the idea thanks to Musk himself. “YouTube seems like non-stop scam ads,” Musk tweeted, and followed up with a meme about YouTube’s policy against swearing, as opposed to when there are “obvious scam ads all over their site.” . The last time Musk publicly expressed his displeasure with a social media platform, a Twitter deal was in the works. People, therefore, make their requests in advance. With Musk, it’s unclear what’s just a joke and what’s about to turn into a billion-dollar deal. The richest man in the world likes to keep his followers guessing his next move.

Elon Musk buying things is a bit of a Twitter thing. However, nothing comes of it every time. Case in point: Musk recently tweeted, “Next I’m buying Coca-Cola to put cocaine back in.” According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, the original Coca-Cola recipe actually contained traces of cocaine, only eliminated in 1929 during the Prohibition era in the United States.

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter (now postponed) for around $44 billion has earned him a slew of buyout requests from many companies. While a slew of Twitter users suggested other goals the Tesla boss could have invested the money in, many members also asked him to take over other organizations. It became a pattern meme where people tweeted as Musk saying he was buying Australia or McDonald’s to fix all the ice cream machines.

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Raymond T. Helms