Since the beginning of April, the billionaire has nearly snatched the bill from the rest of the corporate world.
It brings up the question of whether Tesla, who is at the heart of his Master Plan to save the globe, is still his top priority.
In an indication that Tesla fans and investors do not like this potential distraction that is Twitter, the carmaker's stock has plummeted in recent days.
In short, the electric vehicle maker lost $100 billion in two weeks.
"Tesla stockholders are concerned about Elon [Musk] doing too many things at once," says Scott Sheridan, market analyst and CEO of Tastyworks, a specialist financial trading business.
"Shareholders may also be concerned that, depending on what he does with Twitter, he may alienate potential automobile purchasers."