Grimes Shares Sweet Video Of Elon Musk With Newborn Baby X AE A-12
Grimes posted a sweet video of Elon Musk holding their newborn baby son X AE A-12 the other day and fans are touched. While many are having a hard time pronouncing the infant’s name, they are still enjoying the sweet moments that Grimes is sharing with her fans. She posted the touching video on her Instagram stories and it has since disappeared. In the video, Elon was resting with his baby boy on his chest as he patted the newborn’s back. Elon has had plenty of experience with babies and it was clear he knew how to comfort and bond with his son.
The baby didn’t wear any clothes but snuggled against his father’s chest and he slept peacefully. At this point, there is a lot of controversy surrounding baby X AE A-12’s name and it’s possible they will be required by law to change it to something else. It’s unlikely they will get past the California law that says names must consist of letters in the English language and the number 12 isn’t going to qualify.
It’s unclear if the couple would drop the 12 if required by law to change the name.
Elon Musk appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast where he was asked to pronounce the name. Elon never actually pronounced the name — he just explained how each letter sounds. Many people are still just as confused as to how to pronounce X AE A-12.
Speaking to Joe Rogan, Elon said the following in regards to baby Musk’s name.
“First of all, my partner is the one who, mostly, actually came up with the name. I mean, it’s just X, the letter X. And then the A# is like, pronounced “Ash”…yeah…and then A-12 is my contribution.”
You may see the video that Grimes shared featuring Elon and baby X AE A12 below.
Here is a sweet photo of Elon and his newborn son taken when X AE A-12 was born.
What do you think about the photos and the video? Can you pronounce X AE A-12?
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