Elon Musk has been invited to make his pornography debut (as far as we know), in exchange for cash and cannabis.Marijuana-infused adult entertainment site XBlaze reportedly offered Musk a “non-sex” role in a smut film, according to British tabloid The Sun.Musk made headlines recently for smoking a joint during a live podcast recording with comedian Joe Rogan.Between doing a Neil deGrasse Tyson impression and quizzing the Tesla and SpaceX chief on the future of automobiles, Rogan handed the entrepreneur a blunt filled with tobacco and marijuana.“I mean, it’s legal, right?” Musk asks before inspecting the object, taking a drag, and passing it along to the next person.Yes, it’s legal in California, where the podcast was recorded. But Musk’s single hit is the controversy heard round the nation.Following the live broadcast, Tesla shares fell more than 6 percent, and the company’s accounting lead resigned after a month on the job.The incident could also have serious implications for SpaceX, which holds Air Force contracts and has access to classified information about government satellites. As others have pointed out, Musk likely has security clearance—a privilege that prohibits the use of cannabis.The U.S. Air Force is not, contrary to some reports, currently investigating Musk. But that doesn’t mean he’s off the hook just yet.Instead of pot-shaming the businessman, though, XBlaze CEO Jeff Dillon praised him for being “a fearless man with an adventurous spirit.”One that Dillon hopes will score his website a special cameo.Elon Musk “almost never” smokes pot—unless he’s on a live podcast recording (via Joe Rogan Experience/YouTube)“I believe that we could make an incredible film together that combines your endless energy, exploratory nature and can-do attitude,” he wrote in a letter to Musk, dated Sept. 7. “Having weed and porn stars on the set would be a plus, too!”Maybe for Dillon. But ask Musk admitted to Rogan, he’s “not a regular smoker.” In fact, he “almost never” partakes in the drug.“I know a lot of people like weed. And that’s fine,” Musk said. “But I don’t find that it’s very good for productivity. Not for me.”No worries: Dillon still wants to pay the impresario in cold, hard cash—$150,000 of it. (As well as “a lifetime of indelible memories from your day with us during the shoot.”)There is no word on whether Musk plans to take him up on the offer.Elon Musk is no stranger to headlines: Since launching an IRL flamethrower, he’s come under scrutiny for calling nanotechnology “BS” and delivering a useless minisub to the children stuck in a cave in Thailand. Read more about his escapades here. SpaceX’s Starhopper Test Launch in Texas ScrubbedElon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over Twitter Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.