Elon Musk isn’t someone afraid to show his emotions. Just check his peculiar tweets, farfetched Instagram posts, or his open love for the nihilistic pop culture phenomenon Rick and Morty for evidence.
Or, you could read this month’s dramatic Rolling Stone cover story.
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It’s got everything you could want from a celebrity profile: drama, heartbreak, a disdain for turtlenecks, and all the electronic car jargon you could need. He wasn’t even afraid to shed a few tears in front of journalist Neil Strauss, who spent nine long months with the Tesla CEO for the piece. …
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