Elon Musk, 51, is enjoying the joys of summer with his latest outing on the Greek island of Mykonos! The CEO of Teslawho recently broke up with his girlfriend Natasha Bassett, was photographed hanging out with a group that included a mysterious woman in a yellow bikini top and matching skirt on a yacht at the beautiful location. He wore a gray T-shirt, black shorts, and a black baseball cap because he admired the views, which included the clear blue water.
Before his time on the boat, the billionaire was also seen enjoying a meal with his friends at Spilia Seaside Restaurant. He seemed to be smiling at some point when he was rocking sunglasses to keep the sun out of his eyes, and he looked relaxed and comfortable. Maybe he took the trip timeout to temporarily take a break from all the headlines he’s been in the media lately.
In addition to She mentioned the split from NatashaWhich happened last week, Elon made headlines for confirming that he secretly gave birth to twins, born in November 2021, with Neuralink exec. Chiffon Zelis. The shocking confirmation is what made Natasha call the end of their “romantic” relationship, but she “hopes they will remain friends.”
An exclusive source said, “Natasha has learned a lot from Elon and is grateful for the time they spent together, as it was so special and surreal.” Hollywood LiveAdding that the talented actress decided to focus more on her career, which exploded after its release Baz Luhrmann‘s Elvis Biography. In the movie, Natasha starred as the late high school singer’s girlfriend, Dixie Luke. After her release Elvis In late June, these past few weeks have been a lot of pressure on Natasha. Acting has always been her dream and it is her first true love.”
Elon has also been making headlines in his personal life. Twitter recently announced that it would sue after it backed out of a $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform. After orchestrating a public spectacle to put Twitter up and running, and after proposing and then signing a seller-friendly merger agreement, Musk appears to believe that—unlike all other parties subject to Delaware Contract Act—he is free to change his mind, void the company, disrupt its operations, and destroy value Shareholders, walk away,” read part of the complaint filed by the company, via The Hollywood Reporter.
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