Elon Musk says he is 'selling almost physical possessions' and Tesla share price is too high in latest bizarre Twitter spree

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Elon Musk's will sell "almost all" his physical possessions and said that his own company is overvalued in a string of bizarre Twitter posts.

World | The Independent

Elon Musk's will sell "almost all" his physical possessions and said that his own company is overvalued in a string of bizarre Twitter posts.

The outburst comes in the wake of widely criticised comments about the lockdown, which he called "fascistic" and suggested should be lifted to give America its "freedom".

Mr Musk echoed those calls in his latest posts, writing "now give people back their FREEDOM" before going on to post a series of tweets quoting the US national anthem.

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"I am selling almost all physical possessions," the first of the posts read. "Will own no house."

Mr Musk then went onto write "Tesla stock price is too high imo". The comments appeared to lead the share price to drop immediately, falling 10 per cent in the wake of the posts.

"Now give people back their FREEDOM," the third post read. Mr Musk then posted the final lines of the US national anthem.

Mr Musk has been known to use his Twitter account to post controversial and unusual messages in the past.

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