Elon Musk and ‘baby mama’ Grimes on vacation in Portofino, Italy. Images via Instagram @grimes @elonrmuskk.

‘Elf ear surgery’: Elon Musk trolls ‘baby mama’ Grimes on Twitter

Billionaire Elon Musk drags his ‘baby mama’ Grimes on Twitter over her desire to get ‘elf ear surgery’ done. Take a look…


Elon Musk and ‘baby mama’ Grimes on vacation in Portofino, Italy. Images via Instagram @grimes @elonrmuskk.

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk trolled his “baby mama” Canadian musician Grimes over her desire to get elf ear surgery via a tweet on Wednesday 17 August.


Elon Musk’s “baby mama” Grimes took to Twitter to ask her 1.3 million followers whether they thought elf ear surgery would look good on her. 

“Two years ago I made an appt with a great plastic surgeon. Thought I might want to change things up by my mid 30s, but then I forgot and never thought about what I should do. Any face mods y’all think would look good on me?  (Elf ears isn’t an option, that’s a separate questionion)” she wrote.

She then went on to ask her followers if anyone who did elf ear modifications had a pleasant outcome.

“Also, has anyone done elf ear mods with a good outcome?  I’m scared about ear cartilage having a hard time healing. Especially as a musician this surgery seems risky but I’ve wanted it my whole life. Curious about people’s experiences,” she continued.

Grimes and the billionaire have two children together – Baby X which they welcomed in May 2020 and a baby girl nicknamed Baby Y which they welcomed via surrogate in December 2021, according to Vanity Fair. 

Elon Musk trolls ‘baby mama’ Grimes on Twitter. Images via Instagram @grimes @elonrmuskk.

This was just a few weeks before Musk welcomed a pair of twins with his Neuralink executive Shivon Zilis. 

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Musk then trolled his “baby mama” in the comments section say that there is more downsides to the elf ear surgery than up sides.

“The downside of elf ear surgery probably outweighs the upside,” he tweeted.

According to the Jackson Laboratory, Grimes then referenced the repetitive DNA sequences observed in bacteria with “spacer” DNA sequences in between the repeats that exactly match viral sequences. Take a look…

“Tbh this sounds like a job for crispr.  Sad to be born just a few generations too early,” she replied.

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