Grimes joked about starting a ‘lesbian space community’ after the breakup

People could learn a lot from how Grimes is handling her recent breakup: She said she was going to start a “lesbian space community” in space.

No regrettable one night stands for her, just straight into the lesbian common area. It’s like that. Grimes and Elon Musk, arguably the weird celebrity couple these weird times deserved, ended their three-year relationship this month.

Asked by page 6 about the separation, she decided to have a little fun. “I will colonize Europa (one of Jupiter’s moons) separately from Elon for the lesbian space community,” Grimes said.

And that was it. That’s all she said about it. That’s all she wrote. Don’t try to join this “lesbian space community” just yet. How bad do you have to be in a relationship that your ex won’t even want to meet you in deep space? I think Elon has some soul-searching to do.

When discussing the split with the same publication on Friday, September 24, Musk was more open with his feelings. “We are half separated but we still love each other, see each other frequently and are on good terms,” ​​he said.

“It’s mostly that my job at SpaceX and Tesla requires me to be mostly in Texas or traveling overseas and her job is mostly in Los Angeles. She stays with me now and Baby X is in the adjoining room. “

They will have to stay in light contact as they share their child X Æ A-Xii. In another revealing recent interview, Grimes said vogue that her son does not call her “mom” because it makes him uncomfortable. It is unclear at this point which of the singer and Musk will get custody of X Æ A-Xii.

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“X says ‘Claire’, but he doesn’t say ‘mom’. Perhaps he guesses my taste for the word ‘mother’ — which, I don’t even know I don’t… I can’t relate to that, oddly.

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