Elon Musk Tweets He'll Buy Coca Cola Next To 'Put Cocaine Back In,' But Admits He Can't Pull Off This McDonalds 'Miracle'

Tesla Inc TSLA CEO Elon Musk tweeted he wants to purchase Coca-Cola Co KO to “put the cocaine back in.”

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The tweet received 956,100 likes and was retweeted 235,000 times at press time.

The entrepreneur said, “Kicks Red Bull’s ass!” in response to a Twitter user who pointed out that the first publicly sold bottle of Coca-Cola in 1894 contained 3.5 grams of cocaine.

Musk also told his 86.9 million followers to make “Twitter maximum fun!”

The billionaire entrepreneur, however, said he had his limits when it comes to McDonald’s Corporation MCD and their ice cream machines. He said, “I can’t do miracles ok.”

McDonald's ice cream machines have become so notorious for their unreliability that they prompted a Federal Trade Commission probe into the issue last year.

Musk is purchasing Twitter Inc TWTR for $44 billion. On Wednesday, he said Twitter has to upset the far right and far left equally and must be “politically neutral.”

Price Action: On Wednesday, Tesla shares rose 1.6% in the after-hours trading to $896 after closing 0.6% higher at $881.51 in the regular session, according to Benzinga Pro Data.

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