Elon Musk in ‘Pussycat Dolls buyout’ riddle as Kimberly Wyatt says ‘hit me up’

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Kimberly Wyatt was left starstruck after she received a tweet from a fake account under the pseudonym of billionaire Elon Musk saying he was "buying [the] Pussycat Dolls".

Over the last two weeks the eccentric billionaire has been in the headlines after he agreed to purchase the popular social media app Twitter for £34billion.

Since the 50-year-old confirmed the deal, the SpaceX mogul taken to the popular social networking site to share his ambitions for other ideas he has in the future.

As he shared the news with his 87.8million followers on Twitter, fans rushed to poke fun at the entrepreneur on social media, and it's fair to say Kimberly Wyatt is excited about his potential involvement.

A fake Twitter account writing under the pseudonym of Elon, posted: “Next I'm buying Pussycat Dolls to put the girls back on tour.”

After sharing the hilarious post online, word soon spread to the Dancing on Ice finalist herself as she screenshotted the post and shared it with her loyal legion of fans on her Instagram Story.

Still slightly surprised that the billionaire was possibly a secret fan of the girl band, she penned: “Wait….Is this for real?? [three cry laughing emojis]. Hit me up @elonmusk I’m ready [tongue out emoji and love hearts emoji] #dreamteam.”

But this isn’t the most bizarre tweet the dad-of-seven has posted over the last week, as he also shared his ambitions to buy the multi-billion-pound company Coca Cola.

He jokingly wrote: “Next I’m buying Coca-Cola to put the cocaine back in.”

And it’s fair to say the joke wasn’t lost on his adoring fans as one user tweeted at him in response: “Now I'm going to buy McDonald’s and fix all of the ice cream machines..”

Carrying on with the joke, he replied: “Listen, I can’t do miracles ok.”

The business mogul believes Twitter has “tremendous potential” which he hopes to unlock in the near future as he called for a series of changes to be made on the site’s content restrictions to eradicating fake profiles.

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  • Elon Musk
  • Kimberly Wyatt
  • Pussycat Dolls

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