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Elon Musk Shares Kylie Jenner-inspired Meme, Netizens Gustily Unleash Memefest

Elon Musk, who enjoys a massive fan following on social media, took to his Instagram handle to share a meme about Kylie Jenner. Here is how netizens reacted

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SpaceX founder and Tesla CEO Elon Musk seemingly has a knack for entertaining the audience on social media, as he often posts peculiar and cryptic tweets on social media platforms. Elon Musk recently posted a meme inspired by Kylie Jenner's documentary about her pregnancy. As soon as the picture was posted, Elon Musk welcomed a bandwagon of memes. Read details.

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As seen in the tweet shared, Kylie Jenner can be posing for a happy picture, as she poses in a black outfit. Keeping her hair behind, Kylie Jenner went for the minimal makeup look. The caption of the picture reads: “When you see a guy walk by wearing light up sketchers”. Take a look at the meme.

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Netizens react

Grimes and Elon Musk are new parents to son X Æ A-12, who was born on May 4, and they’re enjoying their time at home with their newborn. The 32-year-old singer took to her Instagram Stories to share a cute new video of Elon, 48, cuddling their one-week-old son while in bed. Elon appears to be burping their son in the sweet video, which Grimes captioned with the emojis of two pink hearts.

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