Elon Musk Defends Ketamine Use, Denies Failed Drug Test in Tense Interview With Don Lemon
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The SpaceX mogul is grilled by the former CNN anchor about his recreational drug use, which reportedly sparked concerns among executives in his companies.

AceShowbiz - Elon Musk claims that his prescribed use of ketamine, administered to alleviate periods of low mood, is in the best interests of Tesla investors. In an interview with former CNN anchor Don Lemon, streamed on YouTube, Musk explained, "From an investor standpoint, if there's something I'm taking, I should keep taking it."

Musk says he takes ketamine periodically as prescribed to treat "chemical tides" that lead to depression-like symptoms. When Lemon pointed out that Tesla stock had dropped 34% this year, Musk dismissed the concerns and emphasized the company's future. He hinted at "rockety stuff" in the works, including a flying car with an aeronautic yoke.

Musk's comments come after a January Wall Street Journal article raised concerns from executives in Tesla and SpaceX about his recreational drug use. Musk responded by denying failed drug tests and stating, "Whatever I'm doing, I should obviously keep doing it!"

However, following the interview, X canceled a planned partnership with Lemon. X stated that they simply chose not to proceed with a commercial partnership with Lemon's show.

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