- Elon Musk's ex-lover Claire Elise Boucher is a Canadian singer and record producer known professionally as Grimes
- The billionaire dated Grimes after he broke up with Aquaman actress Amber Heard in February 2018
- The Tesla and SpaceX founder made his relationship with Grimes public and they made a debut as a couple at the Met Gala in 2018
Elon Musk has disclosed he does not like his ex-girlfriend Grime's desire to get surgically modified elf-like ears.
The Tesla and SpaceX owner responded to Grime's Tweet seeking opinions from her fans on the surgical procedure.
Grimes took to her Twitter to express her desire to get vampire teeth modifications in Texas or Los Angeles.
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According to Daily Mail, Grimes asked her fans to recommend professionals to perform elf ear modifications.
The Canadian singer, songwriter, and music producer wrote in her Tweet:
"Still debating this surgery cuz cartilage doesn’t heal so it requires permanent stitches."
"I'm also less interested in conventional beauty (I will keep my nose)."
Elon Musk to 'buy Manchester United
On Wednesday, August 17, Legit.ng reported that the electric car company Tesla owner had joked that he would buy football club Manchester United.
Musk took to Twitter saying he is purchasing the football club, although the details were scanty.
The billionaire is currently embroiled in a lawsuit over his bid to buy Twitter
The 51-year-old wrote:
"Also, I’m buying Manchester United ur welcome."
Elon Musk Twitter deal
The world's richest man expressed misgivings and implied he could walk away from the deal over concerns about fake accounts.
"20% fake/spam accounts, while four times what Twitter claims, could be *much* higher. My offer was based on Twitter’s SEC filings being accurate. Yesterday, Twitter’s CEO publicly refused to show proof of <5%. This deal cannot move forward until he does," he wrote on Twitter.
Musk's announcement that he no longer wants to buy Twitter triggered a celebration by advocacy groups that had launched a campaign to stop the wealthiest man in the world from going through with the purchase.