Grimes Says Elon Musk Sent Around A Photo Of Her Having A C-Section


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Elon Musk, according to Grimes, sent photographs of her undergoing a C-section to her loved ones and couldn’t understand why she was upset.

In case you missed it, Musk, 52, and Grimes (real name Claire Boucher), 35, had a third child in secret at some point during their relationship. This secret child was revealed in a new biography aptly named “Elon Musk.”

Their three-year-old son goes by the unique name X Æ A-12, and their one-year-old daughter goes by the name Exa Dark Sideræl, affectionately nicknamed as Y.

The name of the secret child? Techno Mechanicus.

In other strange Musk news, but let’s be honest, nothing he does anymore surprises us, Grimes has claimed that he sent photographs of her having a C-section and had no idea why anyone was upset about it.

Walter Isaacson wrote the Musk biography, and an extract obtained by People revealed all about the odd argument.

Musk shared the photos of Grimes in a quite intimate scenario to his and her friends and family, with the singer explaining, “He was just clueless about why I’d be upset.”

This disclosure follows a closely-guarded relationship that started in 2018, according to Page Six.

Musk and Grimes connected via a sense of humour when Musk attempted to write a clever tweet on artificial intelligence only to find that Grimes had already done so. From then, their relationship quickly grew stronger.

Their first child, X, was born in May 2020, and Exa Dark Sideræl was born via surrogate in December 2021. However, the couple’s relationship experienced difficulties, which finally resulted in their separation soon after the birth of their daughter.

Grimes took to Twitter (now also known as X) to express her sentiments, saying: “Me and E have broken up again since the writing of this article haha, but he’s my best friend and the love of my life, and my life and art are forever dedicated to The Mission now.”

Although their relationship’s status is still unclear, the couple were seen in Portofino, Italy, in July, together with their son. They reportedly stayed at the same expensive hotel while visiting, despite not being pictured together, according to the Daily Mail.

Grimes recently made a heartfelt plea via Twitter to reconnect with her son, addressing Musk with a since-deleted tweet, where she implored: “Tell Shivon (Zilis, mother of Musk’s twins) to unblock me and tell Elon to let me see my son or plz respond to my lawyer. I have never even been allowed to see a photo of these children until this moment, despite the situation utterly ripping my family apart.”

She has since retracted her statement in a new post, writing: “I spoke with Shivon at length finally, which was long overdue. This wasn’t her fault, plz don’t be angry at her!

“I wish I could show u how cute little Techno is – but my priority rn is keeping my babies out of the public eye.”

Elon Musk currently has 11 kids in total, who he had with three different women.

Nevada Alexander was born to Musk and his first wife Justine Wilson in 2002, but he unfortunately died from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) at the age of 10 weeks.

Musk and Wilson had twins Gryphon and Vivian in 2004 following their loss. The triplets Kai, Saxon, and Damian joined the family in January 2006, adding to its size. Musk and Wilson got divorced two years later.

A few weeks before Musk and Grimes had their second child via surrogate in December 2021, it was disclosed that Musk and Zilis, who served as director of operations and special projects at Musk’s firm Neuralink, had twins in November 2021.

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Elon Musk’s Recruiting People For Human Trials Of His Brain Implant ‘Neuralink’

The Implant was given the green light to begin trials.

Elon Musk is taking the leap from sci-fi dreamer to real-life wizard with his groundbreaking brain implant project called Neuralink! Imagine a world where your thoughts control computers and machines – it’s no longer a fantasy; it’s an exciting reality in the making!

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Elon Musk and his band of tech-savvy heroes are gearing up for the most epic adventure of all time: the ‘first-in-human clinical trial’ of their mind-bending creation. While the neural brain chip has already been put through its paces on some lucky pigs and monkeys, it’s now set to make its grand debut inside a human brain! Hold onto your hats, because this is the stuff of science fiction turned science fact.

Neuralink, the brainchild of the one and only Elon Musk and his elite squad of seven scientists and engineers, recently scored a golden ticket from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to dive headfirst into human trials. That’s right, the FDA gave its nod of approval, and the scientific world is buzzing with excitement!

But wait, there’s more! Neuralink has also been given the green light by the “reviewing independent institutional review board” and the first hospital site. It’s like they’re putting together the Avengers of medical science, and they’re recruiting!

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In a tweet that shook the digital universe, Neuralink announced, “We’re excited to announce that recruitment is open for our first-in-human clinical trial!” So, if you’ve got quadriplegia due to a cervical spinal cord injury or the mighty amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), you might just be the chosen one! Head over to their blog and discover how you can join the adventure of a lifetime.

This isn’t just any ordinary study; it’s the PRIME Study (Precise Robotically Implanted Brain-Computer Interface), where the line between science and magic blurs. The mission? To evaluate the safety of their brain implant (N1) and surgical robot (R1) and see if they can let people with paralysis control devices using their thoughts. It’s like telekinesis, but cooler!

During this wild journey, the R1 Robot will delicately place the N1 Implant’s ultra-fine threads in the brain’s movement control center. The best part? This implant is like a ninja; it’s practically invisible! It’ll record and transmit brain signals wirelessly to an app that decodes your thoughts into actions. Mind control at your fingertips!

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Imagine typing a message without lifting a finger or controlling a computer cursor with just your thoughts – that’s the initial goal of Neuralink’s Brain-Computer Interface (BCI). It’s not just groundbreaking; it’s mind-bendingly awesome!

This isn’t just about cool gadgets; it’s about changing lives. The PRIME Study is a giant leap towards creating a universal brain interface that can bring back independence to those with unmet medical needs. If you want to be part of this grand adventure, you’ll need to be at least 22 years old and have a reliable caregiver by your side.

According to PRIME’s brochure, this incredible journey will span approximately six years, with a mix of nine at-home and in-person clinic visits over 18 months. You won’t be alone; Neuralink’s experts will be with you every step of the way, ensuring the BCI continues to work its magic.

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