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Elon Musk updates his location and modifies his X bio to read “Chief Troll Officer.”

<p>Elon Musk, the tech billionaire, never fails to make us laugh on social media with his amusing exchanges. He is always one step ahead of his online game, whether it is by posting humorous remarks on X (previously known as Twitter) or by taking subtly witty jabs. It is now common knowledge that the billionaire has been altering the microblogging site in a number of ways ever since he took X under his wing. He has been in the news for these unusual developments, changing the site’s name, offering a $8 monthly membership for users, and adding silver and gold ticks.</p>
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<p>Elon Musk uses X for another unique purpose. He often updates his bio, writing strange ones that unintentionally get a lot of attention. Prior to this, there was “Perfume Salesman,” “Twitter Complaint Hotline Operator,” and several more. The SpaceX Chief has now repeated the action. The title of Musk’s most recent bio is “CTO,” which stands for “Chief Troll Officer.” He changed more than just his bio. The wealthiest guy in the planet relocated to a made-up city called “Trollheim.” In an X-post, Musk revealed his bio-alteration, writing just “(CTO) Chief Troll Officer.”</p>
<p>Elon Musk’s self-declaration as a CTO is not surprising, particularly considering his tendency to make light-hearted statements and even caustic ones that leave us perplexed as to what he is getting at. Aside from that, Elon Musk is also familiar with meme culture, posting humorous and relevant stuff on X that makes the internet community chuckle.</p>
<p>Users of X were eager to respond to the news after the bio change. One person made the pub-intended remark, “Is the (CMO) Chief Meme Officer role available?” asking for a job in the meme department. Another joke said, “Trollheim is the name for X on another timeline.” “I’m submitting my application,” said a third person. One user posted an image of many well-known people and captioned it, saying, “Nice to meet you CTO, please meet our team.”</p>
<p>Elon Musk’s post on X has received over 86,000 likes and over 25.5 million views so far. What do you think about this?</p>

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