Problems in an on-off relationship: Musk is rich, but only “happy in the middle”

Problems in an on-off relationship: Musk is rich, but only "happy in the middle"

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While Elon Musk is doing well financially, there are always problems in personal life. Relationship with musician Grimes is haunting the billionaire. As is its tremendous popularity.

Elon Musk is a real star entrepreneur. Behind companies like Tesla and SpaceX is the richest man in the world. However, her relationship with musician Grimes is difficult. In conversation with “the world” he now admits that he is not entirely happy.

The on-off relationship between musician and entrepreneur is opaque. Although the two recently became parents again, the 34-year-old took to Twitter to reveal that they have split again. Musk and Grimes have two children together: son X A-12 Musk (aka “X”), born in May 2020, and daughter Axa Dark Sideril, born in December 2021 by surrogate. When asked about the status of their relationship, Grimes told Vanity Fair that there was no real word for it.

Musk told Die Welt, “I think there are varying degrees of love. But to be really happy, I think you have to be happy, both in work and in love.” “I think I’m half happy, then,” he admits. And he explains: “At times I feel lonely, yes.” He believes that most people are not happy “being alone”.

Musk adds: “I’m sure everyone has times when they’re alone.” For example, when he’s working on his rocket, “I feel so lonely in my tiny house, especially when my dog ​​isn’t around, because I’m alone in a tiny house.” where there is no dog.”

no coffee around the corner

Its popularity also brings difficulties. In Bloomberg’s “Billionaires Index”, Musk is currently the number one richest person – with an estimated fortune currently worth more than the equivalent of 233 billion euros. The 50-year-old has nearly 80 million followers on Twitter.

Musk explains that this popularity “makes it difficult to buy coffee on a corner”. “It’s hard to go places, or at least go to a store or walk down the street.” In restaurants, he tries to “find a corner table that’s dimly lit or something where I don’t draw attention to myself.”

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