Elon Musk (48) and Grimes (32) seem to have tricked California’s naming right! Since it is known that the two want to call their son X Æ A-12, two things have been hotly debated: on the one hand, whether the baby should really be called that, and on the other hand, whether that is allowed at all. At least the latter has now been clarified, because according to California law the name is not permitted – the reason is the numbers contained in it. When asked by a fan, the baby’s mother now revealed that they allegedly avoided the numerical problem!
“Did you rename the baby because of the California laws?” Asked a Canadian-born follower Instagram know – and she replied promptly with: “X Æ A-Xii”. The “Delete Forever” interpreter indicated that they had simply replaced the twelve with Roman numerals – this means that her son’s name only contains letters. “Roman numbers look much better anyway,” emphasized Grimes finally, adding that a hyphen is allowed in the name.
The fact that numbers can be a bit problematic not only for names was also shown when the Tesla boss and the musician explained what the individual letters should mean. So explained the 32-year-old Twitter: “A-12 is the forerunner of the SR-17, our favorite aircraft.” Elon corrected her keypad: “SR-71, but okay.”
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