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Musk claims to have Asperger’s syndrome: I send people to heaven on a rocket, can I be a normal person?

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SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses as he arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer Awards ceremony, in Berlin, on December 1, 2020. (Photo by Britta Pedersen / POOL / AFP)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk claimed to be suffering from Asperger’s syndrome when he hosted a show Wednesday night. The disease is a feature of high-functioning autism and patients generally have social disorders.

Musk claimed to be the first host of the show’s history to suffer from Asperger’s syndrome when he hosted the US variety show Saturday Night Live on Wednesday, Reuters reported. He also mocked himself on social media: “Look, I know I sometimes make strange things, but that’s how my brain works.” ”

“To all the people I’ve offended, I just want to say that I reinvented the electric car and sent people to Mars on rockets. Do you think I’m going to be a normal person? Musk repeatedly teased himself on the show, and when asked “what is cryptocurrency” and “what is Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency),” Musk replied: “Dog coins can be an unstoppable tool to occupy the world.” But then he added that the dog currency was a “scam.”

Musk’s guest-hosted program was broadcast live on youTube, a video site, to more than 100 countries and territories, attracting hundreds of thousands of viewers.

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