According to The New York Times, the enigmatic tech billionaire promised investors he could significantly raise revenue while reducing reliance on ad revenue.
Citing a pitch deck delivered to potential backers of his $44 billion acquisition.
Before making his formal bid, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced he had secured $46.5 billion in financing.
According to a Securities and Exchange Commission report, he had obtained another $7.1 billion in finance for his offer on Thursday.
According to the report, Musk wants to raise the average income per user to $30.22 by 2028.
The increase in revenue per user would result in a fivefold increase in overall revenue to $26.4 billion.