Tesla billionaire Elon Musk drove the hidden “Saturday Evening Reside” avenue economic system of Midtown.
The tech mogul’s autograph lately can go for $4,000, or extra, on eBay — or even $20,000 on toy variations of Teslas.
And sources solely inform Web page Six that autograph hunters had arrived on the town from as distant as Iowa and St. Petersburg, Fla., to attempt to get the SpaceX guru’s John Hancock whereas he’s unusually accessible, flitting from his residence to 30 Rock to shoot the NBC comedy present over the weekend.
We’re instructed that the mobs of autograph hounds are bigger — and extra aggressive — than these seen even for Justin Bieber, One Path or BTS at their peaks.
It might be a headache for Musk — who travels with a comparatively gentle safety element — however sources say that he’s truly grow to be a hero among the many “grapherazzi” as a result of, whereas he clearly doesn’t need to be uncovered for lengthy stretches scribbling away, he’s taken to penning his signature on all of the memorabilia being foisted at him, sitting in his Tesla whereas he indicators it, and returning it to the completely satisfied, soon-to-be-richer enterprisers.
In contrast to different celebrities, who’re choosy about what footage or gadgets they’ll signal, Musk, 49, “will signal something, from him Photoshopped as Tekashi 6ix9ine to him smoking weed on Joe Rogan.”
Whereas stories have mentioned that some within the “SNL” forged may not like Musk very a lot, the autograph people say he’s a mensch.
The Put up reported that his look on the NBC comedy present was “one of the best half” of Saturday’s episode.
There have been rumors some stars may abstain from sharing the stage with the billionaire after they’d tweeted their disdain. However Musk subsequently instructed Web page Six this week it was “a lot ado about nothing,” and everybody on the present had “been superior thus far!”
Musk was additionally noticed at dinner through the week with a number of the present’s stars and producers — together with Pete Davidson and Colin Jost.