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Elon Musk Shares Rare Snap With Billionaire Baby X Æ A-12

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By Jeff Mazzeo

Elon Musk is the boss of Tesla but he has a boss baby on his hands!

The world's richest man shared a heartwarming photo of himself with his baby X Æ A-12 on February 6. The adorable snap featured the little guy sitting on Musk's lap while daddy used his free hand to take a call. Elon was probably talking about something really important but the child, whom he shares with Canadian singer, Grimes, fought for his attention by tugging on his shirt. Don't worry, The Tesla CEO accumulated his $185 billion net worth by being a fantastic multitasker!

Boss Baby

Elon Musk and baby X Æ A-12.
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The eccentric billionaire tweeted, "The Second Last Kingdom" alongside the photo, referencing the BBC show about the Viking invasion of England, "The Last Kindom." The program seems to be an important show for Grimes and Elon because she gave X Æ A-12 a Viking-inspired haircut last week. Musk must clearly be a fan of the little baby's mohawk haircut!

It was reported that Elon recently surpassed Amazon founder Jeff Bezos as the world's richest man in January.. a spot Bezos had held since 2017. As we previously mentioned, Musk's net worth is estimated at $185 million. He has 6 children but even if the fortune was split evenly, we are pretty sure that it would make X Æ A-12 the richest baby in the world. We kind of feel good about this example of nepotism... not sure why.

The Viking Haircut

Grimes gives her son a haircut.
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Despite his dad and mom's massive wealth, X Æ A-12, who they call Ash, still has to suffer through DIY haircuts. The baby sat in his bath chair and was distracted by bright-colored toys as Grimes went to work on his hair.

"Not sure this haircut went well but he's Viking now," she wrote across the butchered results.

She tried to trim the sides and leave a thick mohawk, just like Uhtred, the main character from "The Last Kingdom."

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