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Tesla founder Elon Musk smoking marijuana while recording a podcast

Tesla founder Elon Musk smoking marijuana while recording a podcast

Tesla CEO Elon Musk took at least one puff of a cigarette that combined tobacco and marijuana during a podcast on Thursday night.

Musk and Rogan had been filming in California where marijuana is legal, although Musk had to ask for reassurance before indulging. Midday, Tesla shares were trading 6.4 percent lower at $262.90.

Shortly after smoking, Musk looks at his phone and laughs, telling Rogan he was getting texts from friends asking why he was smoking weed during the interview.

The tech entrepreneur continued by assuring viewers that he is "not a regular smoker of weed", since it's not "very good for productivity".

Later he says he does not notice any effect from the joint and claims he rarely smokes.

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Tesla's newly hired chief accounting officer abruptly resigned on Tuesday, the company has disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The exodus from Tesla continued Friday morning, after news that two more executives had called it quits.

Musk's behaviour has created concern among Tesla shareholders who have questioned his leadership ability following a series of controversies in recent months.

Elon Musk has added another bit of freaky behaviour to the list by smoking a joint during a live interview.

Musk touched on the difficulties of having the kind of brain that has enabled him to build and run multiple high-tech companies at the same time. Musk has said he expects the company could turn profitable in the second half of this year. Just 17 days after tweeting that he had the funding and investor support secured to buy out some stockholders at $420 a share, the billionaire scrapped the idea without having made a formal proposal to the board. "That would help a lot", Musk said when asked about the issues holding back innovation.

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And engineers are not the only culprits, Starship Technologies' food-delivery robots are sometimes kicked by members of the public, the company's cofounder told Business Insider in June.

"This caused me to reconsider my future", Morton said.

Tesla said cash from Model 3 sales will pay the bills and drive profits.

Legal or not, it goes without saying that Twitter had a damn field day with Elon Musk smoking marijuana.

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