Elon Musk enters the rap game with tribute to Harambe the gorilla

Elon Musk enters the rap game with tribute to Harambe the gorilla

Elon Musk enters the rap game with tribute to Harambe the gorilla

No, this isn't an April Fools' joke.

That agreement came after the regulator sued Musk for previously announcing he had secured funding for Tesla to be bought. That's more than triple the number that were still making their way to customers at the end of 2018, though it's not unprecedented - more Tesla vehicles were in transit at September's close.

Elon Musk has made a name for himself as the man who co-founded PayPal, revolutionised the electric auto engine, and a guy who sold flamethrowers commercially.

Musk's lawyers say his tweet as in no way different to that outcast and that he was merely repeating public information.

The SEC said pre-approval had been a core element of the October 2018 settlement, which resolved a lawsuit over Musk's tweet last August 7 that he had "funding secured" to take Tesla private at $420 USA per share.

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Lawyers for the SEC are asking Nathan to hold Musk in contempt of court for violating an agreement he hammered out with the watchdog previous year - and which the judge approved - to have his Tesla tweets monitored.

Now the two parties - not to mention Tesla itself - have two weeks to resolve the dispute or else they may end up right back in court.

Tesla Inc shares fell more than 8 percent on Thursday after a bigger-than-expected drop in first-quarter deliveries, led by waning demand for its luxury Model S and X vehicles, added to worries about the electric carmaker's finances. The SEC also asked the judge to force Musk to check in regularly with the SEC to prove his compliance with the terms of his deal with the agency.

Analyst Ryan Brinkman of JPMorgan put out a note titled "5 Reasons Why Tesla's 1Q Deliveries Report Is So Negative", and dropped his Tesla price target from $215 to $200. We reaffirm our prior guidance of 360,000 to 400,000 vehicle deliveries in 2019.

In July, Musk used Twitter to accuse a British diver involved in the rescue of a youth football team from a Thai cave system of being a paedophile after the diver criticised a mini-submarine Musk had offered to help with the rescue. "I know I've been the Tesla fan, I've said so many good things about Tesla".

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