On Saturday the Tesla boss found at a trance music festival-on Sunday the SpaceX The founder flew to Cabo where he attended a rave.
On Monday morning, he arrived in Paris for a meeting with the French president, Emmanuel Macron, where the bald billionaire was caught on camera mocking the world leader for forcing him to “sleep in the car.”
Musk was in Europe to discuss Macron’s plans to attract more investment to the country, attending a meeting with the leader and then a round-table discussion as part of the ‘Choose France’ summit.
The businessman flew directly from Cabo to Paris for the 45-minute meeting at the Elysee Palace, according to reports from The Telegraph.
The tech titan enjoyed a set from Australian dance group Rufus du Sol at the Sundream festival in Mexico last night, with footage surfacing online of Musk running in the early hours of the morning at the luxury resort in Cabo San Lucas.
The video shows Musk in his typical t-shirt and ensemble, showing a variety of dance moves as well as making heart moves in the direction of the crowd.
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Musk users of Twitter was delighted to see the platform’s CTO growing his hair, with the footage describing a “vibe”.
Last night, Musk was spotted in LA where the 51-year-old father-of-eight attended a trance music event hosted by Bosnian-German DJ Solomun at Exposition Park.
It seems the good times keep rolling, with Macron and Musk both leaving Monday’s event on a positive note.
The French President later tweeted: “We talked about the beauty of France and the important development of the electric car and energy sector. We also talked about digital regulation. We have a lot to do together .”
Musk replied: “It’s an honor to meet you!”
The former PayPal The executive told reporters after the meeting that Tesla would make a “significant investment” in the French country, but did not outline a timetable.
According to Reutersadded Musk: “There is no announcement right now but I am very impressed with President Macron and the French government and how welcoming they are.”
This is not the first time that Musk has praised the French administration.
Macron’s controversial plan to raise the French state pension retirement age—to be met by unrest throughout the country—Got the stamp of approval from Musk that Tweet that the President has done the “difficult but right thing”.
He added: “The retirement age of 62 was set when lifespans were shorter. It is impossible for a small number of workers to support many retirees.
Unusual sleeping habits
Musk didn’t shy away from sharing how difficult the past six months have been—running Twitter, Tesla and SpaceX at the same time.
In February he admitted “concerned” about his mental well-beingrevealing his usual 70- to 80-hour work weeks had to be increased to “maybe 120.”
“Do not want the pain of anyone,” he confessed to users on Twitter on February 5. When someone urged him to take care, Musk responded with “I’m worried about me too” and a frown -face emoji.
As a result of the amount of work, Musk revealed in a BBC interview last month that he sometimes sleeping in the Twitter offices.
The Tesla CEO too revealed that he used to sleep on the floor of the EV manufacturer’s factories so that the staff can see him and know that he is working hard.
Speaking during the 29th Annual Baron Investment Conference in New York last year, Musk said: “I lived in the factory in Fremont and the one in Nevada for three years in a row. Those were my main residences. .”
At first the businessman slept on couches, however, wanting to make sure the staff saw him between shifts, he slept on the floor under his desk.
“Damn uncomfortable”, he remembers.