Elon Musk leaves fans in stitches after his I Love Canada t-shirt looks like it says something very different
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At this point Elon Musk is one of the greatest sources of comedy on the internet.
Usually we're laughing at him, but this week the owner of the social media network formally known as Twitter has deliberately made people giggle.
Musk posted a photo of himself on X wearing an 'I love Canada' t-shirt under a black blazer.
While at first glance it seems like Musk is just sharing his love for the land of the maple syrup, he's holding his blazer in place so the t-shirt just reads 'I love anal'.
Yes this is the man who has been allowed to launch rockets into space.
The tweet currently has almost half a million likes and 50,000 retweets, and his fans are loving it.
"Tweet of the f**king day goes to Elon!!" one person commented.
Another added: "The way you covered the word CANADA is epic. I never knew it was within 'CANADA' to have ANAL."
A third said: "Never change E, never change."
Musk later commented that he’s 'glad so many people love Canada, too'.
In a follow-up tweet, he referenced the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, writing, “You can’t say it’s not tru deau…”
Meanwhile, Musk's detractors have taken this opportunity to remind the internet that this is a 52-year-old man.
South-African born Musk is actually a citizen of Canada through his mother.
He moved to Canada in 1989 to study at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, for two years before moving to the United States.
It's been a busy few weeks for Musk as he has officially rebranded his company Twitter to X.
After more than a decade of having the name, the blue aesthetic and the bird logo, it all got thrown in the bin.
We now have X as well as a new logo and a black vision whenever we log onto the platform.
“Not sure what subtle clues gave it away, but I like the letter X,” the tech billionaire wrote.
Linda Yaccarino, CEO of the social media app, called the rebranding an 'exceptionally rare thing' and 'a second chance to make another big impression'.
“Twitter made one massive impression and changed the way we communicate. Now, X will go further, transforming the global town square,” she shared in a tweet.
“There is absolutely no limit to this transformation. X will be the platform that can deliver, well… everything.”
Musk previously raised the idea of X becoming an ‘everything app’ when he purchased Twitter last year for $44 billion.