Warren Buffett Played a Classic Coke Jingle on the Ukelele for the Company's Annual Meeting

Putting his music where his money is

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Warren Buffett is known for many things, but singing hasn't been one of them—until now.

Buffett played "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" on a custom ukulele (presented to him recently by Wieden + Kennedy) in a video Wednesday that opened Coca-Cola's annual meeting as it celebrates its 100th birthday. 

Odd? For sure. But certainly on brand. The billionaire investor and philanthropist does love Coke. Not only does he own $16 billion in Coca-Cola stock, but he told Fortune in February that he's "a quarter Coca-Cola" and drinks five 12-ounce servings of the soda daily.



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