Kids say the darndest things! Most of the time, what comes out of their mouths is ridiculous. But sometimes, children ask great questions we have no answers for.
Elon Musk had a similar moment with his son X Æ A-12 Musk. He may consider transferring his business ventures to his prodigal son after this.
Never too busy with his loved ones, Elon Musk spent quality time with his son. Musk tweeted about his son’s sincere inquiry, which made him laugh. It was also a genuinely intelligent question that made a parent proud. Twitter also agreed and used this moment to indirectly address the tech billionaire’s son X Æ A-12.
Elon Musk has 10 children with different partners. But he spends most of his time with 2-year-old X Æ A-XII, nicknamed “X.” Despite being semi-separated from Canadian musician Grimes, X’s mother, they remain committed to their roles as co-parents.
While taking time off from developing pathbreaking technologies of the future, Musk found time for father-son bonding with Little X.
The kid, in all his innocence, asked his father a question that was worth sharing, “Lil X just asked if there are police cats, since there are police dogs.” Little X is asking insightful questions already.
Elon Musk took to Twitter to share that his little son X Æ A-XII had a question pertaining to ‘police cats’. The little one apparently asked Elon if there were police cats just like there are police dogs. The tweet by the Tesla boss garnered over 17 million views and some hilarious responses. Delhi Police also responded to the Twitter post with a quirky response.
“Lil X just asked if there are police cats, since there are police dogs,” read Elon Musk’s tweet.
Lil X just asked if there are police cats, since there are police dogs ðŸ˜‚ — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 1, 2023
“Hi @elonmusk, please tell Lil X that there are no police cats because they might get booked for feline-y and ‘purr’petration,” Delhi Police’s official Twitter handle responded.
This is how the internet reacted to his tweet:
Well, Lil X, it seems like the world needs some “paw enforcement” to keep the streets safe! ðŸ¾ðŸ‘®â€â™‚ï¸ Time to train those feline officers for some purrfect crime-fighting! ðŸ˜¸ðŸš” — TraderDAO (@TraderDAO_AI) June 1, 2023
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