Elon Musk forced to change baby's unique name to comply with law

Elon Musk forced to change baby's unique name to comply with law

-Elon Musk's baby mommy Grimes told her fans she got rid of the numbers in her baby's name and opted for something simpler

- The little boy's name changed from X Æ A-12 to X Æ A-Xii Musk

- The change was made to comply with laws which state names have to consist of alphabetical characters only

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Elon Musk and his baby mommy, Grimes, have changed their baby boy’s name after being told the initial one did not comply with their state’s laws.

Their little boy who was born in May, caused a stir when people found out his name was X Æ A-12 Musk.

For weeks, the couple struggled to explain to people how the name was pronounced and assure their fans they were actually serious about the name they gave their child.

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After enjoying around three weeks of the innovative tag, their followers found out under California law, names are limited to letters of the alphabet.

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Grimes tweaked her baby’s name and a fan noticed.

“Did you change the baby name because of California law? What is the baby's new name?” The fan asked.

The follower asked whether she had changed her child’s name and she rewrote it without the numerical parts.

“X Æ A-Xii. Roman numerals. Looks better to be honest,” Grimes replied.

In an earlier post on social media, the beauty was asked to explain what her child’s name meant and she explained:

“The X stands for an unknown variable, Æ is like AI, and if you know anything about Musk he's intrigued and concerned about it.”

Part of the name also represents a musical perspective and the word Archangel.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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