Elon Musk's baby mama selling part of her soul for over R150 million

Elon Musk's baby mama selling part of her soul for over R150 million

- Elon Musk's baby mama has thought up a rather strange outlet for her artistic expression

- The eccentric singer, Grimes, is legally selling part of her soul for over R150 million

- She and Elon welcomed their baby on 4 May

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Elon Musk's eccentric baby mama, singer Grimes, is selling part of her soul for over R150 million.

Grimes, whose real name is Claire Boucher, already shocked the world by naming her son X Æ A-Xii.

It appears this selling of her soul is yet another way for the singer to artistically express herself.

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She told Bloomberg, “I didn’t want anyone to buy it, so I said we should just make it $10 million and then it probably won’t sell. The deeper we got with it, the more philosophically interesting it became. Also, I really wanted to collaborate with my lawyer on art. The idea of fantastical art in the form of legal documents just seems very intriguing to me.”

Just to prove she's really not about the money, Grimes has a print illustration also on sale for a mere $500.

Grimes has also created a digital version of herself, so she can still perform without having to physically be present.

She said, "Having a digital body (allowed) me to keep working throughout the later stages of my pregnancy, and after I (had) my baby, so I can spend more time with them. A lot of my friends aren’t having babies because they’re worried about their careers, and we wanted to find a way to overcome this issue.”

Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africa-born Elon made history with his SpaceX launch.

President Cyril Ramaphosa congratulated him for being the owner of the first private company to fly into space.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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