Elon Musk smoked dagga and drank whisky in a live interview conducted by comedian Joe Rogan on Thursday.
The interview touched on everything from artificial intelligence, the end of all in existence and flamethrowers.
I’m not a regular smoker of weed.— Elon Musk
It may sound corny, but love is the answer. Spend more time with your friends and less time on social media.— Elon Musk
Watch the interview below.
It’s actually a quite profound and interesting (despite Musk smoking dagga being the hook that got you here - go to 2:10:15 for that).
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