Elon Musk has created a meme with his baby monkey and a caption that says “cry baby” – the meme is the latest in a string of viral creations by the billionaire tech mogul.
Musk, founder of the space exploration firm SpaceX and an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, created the meme to poke fun at his friend and fellow billionaire Donald Trump.
The photo of Mr Musk’s infant son, Theo, was posted by his company on Twitter on Thursday.
Mr Musk wrote on Twitter that the baby had been “napping” and that he was going to get it to sleep “later”.
Mr Musk also added that he would “put on my new costume to wake him up”.
Mr Trump, whose administration has come under intense scrutiny following the release of recordings of him boasting about sexually assaulting women, is expected to sign an executive order to allow him to keep his position as president.
He has repeatedly denied the claims.
“I’m going to be a president for all Americans.
And I want to get back to work, and I want you to be able to do that,” Mr Trump said during a campaign event in December.
The meme was first spotted by The Irish Examiner and has since been shared on Twitter by other users.
The caption reads “This is the baby monkey.”
It has since garnered more than 6,000 retweets.
The first image of the meme, posted on Twitter, is from the same time period.
Mr Trump tweeted about the baby on Friday.
“The baby has been asleep all day.
I’m going get a monkey to wake it up,” Mr Musk said.
“What a great idea!”
Mr Musk has previously said that he has no children and that his children were born in his first marriage to Marissa Mayer.
The US President has also denied that he molested Mr Musk, saying he was “not a pervert”.
He said that there were “no sexual encounters” between them, but added that his wife is “a beautiful person”.
“The one thing I’m not is a perverts,” Mr Sanders said in an interview with The New York Times in November.
Mr Sanders was elected to Congress in November, taking the seat vacated by Representative Keith Ellison, a member of the Progressive Caucus.