Elon Musk Brought 2-Year-Old Son To Tense Meetings in Twitter Offices: Report

According to the newspaper, Elon Musk brought his son X A-Xii, his first child with singer Grimes, to Twitter’s offices in October when he met with Trust and Safety Officer Yoel Roth.

Elon Musk was trying to talk about Twitter’s future while the child was reportedly running around the office. Also, Musk’s son seemed to have taken over the conference room, which was “strewn with toys” during the boy’s visit, according to the Post.

Grimes told Vanity Fair in March that Musk often takes their son with him because he thinks of the boy as “a protégé.”

Elon Musk Brought Son Twitter Meetings Offices Report
Elon Musk Brought Son Twitter Meetings Offices Report

“I think E thinks of him as a protégé because he brings him everywhere and everything. There’s X out there. It’s like that with him, “said Grimes.

Vanity Fair says that Musk and Grimes quietly had their second child, a daughter they named Exa Dark Siderael but call Y, in December 2021.

Grimes told Vanity Fair that the “Exa” part of her daughter’s name comes from the term “exaFLOPS,” which is used in supercomputing, and that “Dark” means “the unknown.” She told him, “People are afraid of it, but it’s just the lack of photons. Dark matter is the universe’s beautiful secret.”

Vanity Fair says that the third part of Y’s full name, Siderl, is “sigh-deer-ee-el.”

Grimes said the word’s spelling was “more elven” and meant “the true time of the universe, star time, deep space-time, not our relative earth time.”

Siderl is also a shout-out to Grimes’s favorite character from Lord of the Rings, Galadriel, who “chooses to give up a ring.”

Since the billionaire bought Twitter, people have been worried about how well he will do in his new business.

According to Reuters, hundreds of employees left the company after the billionaire CEO of Tesla, whose time at Twitter began with mass layoffs, told his employees in an email that they had to work “extremely hardcore” or leave.

Reuters says that Elon Musk told employees via email that they could either work “long hours at high intensity” or leave. This came after he bought the platform for $44 billion last month after a legal battle started when he pulled out of the deal in July.

A few days later, Musk is said to have fired about half of Twitter’s then-7,500 employees.

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