Grimes says Elon Musk’s 2 y/o son can identify ‘obscure rocket design’

The mother of two of the CEO of SpaceX’s children, Grimes, tweeted that having children in the office ought to be commonplace. “Having a baby around at work is wonderful and teaches adults so much. Win-win for everyone.”

She continued by stating that her son, X-A-12, was born in May 2020 “shadows strategy and engineering meetings. can recognize complex rocket designs and is well-versed in robots, grid fins, and entrance burns.”

Her remarks followed a report in The Washington Post that X was seen running around the San Francisco offices of Twitter while his father met with trust and safety executive Yoel Roth to talk about content moderation.

In a prior interview, Grimes said that her son would curse when his “toy rockets failed to reach orbit.”

She had written in response to a user who suggested she buy him a new toy, “He has destroyed them all because he doesn’t realize they aren’t real and so he rips off the boosters and whatnot trying to emulate a real rocket, then accuses me of trickery for giving him fake rockets and becomes inconsolable.”

“Yes, he claims that a rocket lands 200 times per day. It’s incredibly sentimental “Added she.

Musk is thought to have had 10 kids, however his first child passed away from suɗɗen infant dҽαth syndrome.

With Shivon Zilis, a senior executive at Musk’s company Neuralink, he has fathered twins, and his first child, Exa Dark Siderael, was born last December via surrogate via Grimes.

Griffin, Vivian, Kai, Saxon, and Damian are Musk’s other kids.

The People Have Spoken: Not Elon Musk, Snoop Dogg Should Sit On The Twitter Throne

Twitter  users appear to be significantly more eager to have rapper  Snoop Dogg  “run” the social media platform than the company’s current CEO,  Elon Musk , if recent polls are anything to go by.

Twitter  users appear to be significantly more eager to have rapper  Snoop Dogg  “run” the social media platform than the company’s current CEO,  Elon Musk , if recent polls are anything to go by.

What Happened:  On Monday, the rapper conducted a poll on Twitter, asking his 20.8 million followers if he should run the social media platform. And, guess what — his poll was receiving far more positive responses than the one conducted earlier by Musk.

At the time of writing, with 12 hours still left for the rapper’s poll to get over, about 81.5% had voted “yes,” with just 18.5% saying “no.”

Earlier, Musk had conducted a poll, asking if he should “step down” as the head of Twitter. When the poll ended, 57.5% voted in favor of Musk stepping down and 42.5% felt he should stay on as CEO.

Why It’s Important:  Snoop Dogg, it seems, isn’t the only one interested in being Twitter’s new CEO.

Greg, a legendary meme Twitter handle, also sent his regards to Musk via a tweet, saying don’t hesitate to reach out while choosing the new CEO.

Edward Snowden, a former intelligence contractor who gained notoriety in 2013 for leaking classified information from the National Security Agency, has also expressed interest in becoming the CEO of Twitter. He added that he would be willing to accept payment in bitcoin for the position. Snowden became famous for his actions in 2013.