billionaire  and his ex-girlfriend Grimes lived in a ‘very insecure $40,000 house’ because he doesn’t lead a billionaire’s lifestyle, the singer has revealed.

In a sit-down interview with , the 33-year-old singer opened up about her ‘fluid’ relationship with Elon, who has an estimated  of $228.7 billion. 

She explained that the couple, who reportedly split for the first time in September last year, were romantically involved at the time of the interview and co-parenting their two children, X Æ A-12 and Exa Dark Sideræl, despite living in separate homes. 

The singer, who has since split from the Tesla CEO for a second time, explained that the decision to live separately came – at least in part – as a result of his desire to live in a low-cost ‘insecure house’ where neighbors were able to film them.   

‘Bro does not live like a billionaire.Bro lives at times below the poverty line,’ she said. ‘To the point where I was like, can we not live in a very insecure $40,000 house? Where the neighbors, like, film us, and there’s no security, and I’m eating peanut butter for eight days in a row?’

The singer insisted they didn’t live like billionaires when together, revealing that Elon was funneling a large portion of his money into his SpaceX Mars program, which is dedicated to landing humans on the planet within the next four years. 

‘The Mars project is hard.There’s no income for it,’ Grimes said. ‘There’s no way for it to make money. [His Mars project] is for the benefit of humanity, and it’s dangerous and it’s expensive, and k anime gif people are like, “He’s hoarding money!” No, he’s spending everything on R&D.’ 

Tesla billionaire Elon Musk, 50, and his on-and-off again girlfriend Grimes, 33, lived in a 'very insecure $40,000 house' because he doesn't lead a billionaire's lifestyle, the singer has revealed

Tesla billionaire Elon Musk, 50, and his on-and-off again girlfriend Grimes, 33, lived in a ‘very insecure $40,000 house’ because he doesn’t lead a billionaire’s lifestyle, the singer has revealed

Musk, the CEO of both Tesla and SpaceX, famously declared last year that he would 'own no house' and went on to sell off his nine California mansions for a total of $144 million (pictured, one of his £29 million homes)

Musk, the CEO of both Tesla and SpaceX, famously declared last year that he would ‘own no house’ and went on to sell off his nine California mansions for a total of $144 million (pictured, one of his £29 million homes) 

Musk moved to Austin in June, and touted his new Tiny House on social media, but neglected to post any photos of the paltry digs (pictured)

Musk moved to Austin in June, and touted his new Tiny House on social media, but neglected to post any photos of the paltry digs (pictured) 

The billionaire CEO previously announced that he had systematically sold off most his assets including several California properties amounting to more than $100 million – as well as $15 billion worth of Tesla stock – and moved into the unassuming, property, reported to be worth $50,000, last June. 

Musk, who is the CEO of both Tesla and SpaceX, famously declared last year that he would ‘own no house’ and went on to sell off his nine  mansions for a total of $144 million.

‘My primary home is literally a ~50k house in Boca Chica/Starbase that I rent from SpaceX,’ he wrote in a June tweet.

After unloading all of his properties sans the one in the Bay Area, Musk moved to Austin in June, and touted his new Tiny House on social media, but neglected to post any photos of the paltry digs – supposedly situated a stone’s throw from the company’s bourgeoning new headquarters and SpaceX‘s Boca Chica launch site. 

Musk, the richest man in the world, is worth about $240 billion on paper, but much of that is in his Tesla stock holdings. 

Elon previously said he was living in a 375-square-foot modular home made by the company Boxabl, according to the Musk fan blog Teslarati and the Houston Chronicle

Elon previously said he was living in a 375-square-foot modular home made by the company Boxabl, according to the Musk fan blog Teslarati and the Houston Chronicle 

Some speculated that he was motivated to sell his properties in order to raise cash to exercise stock options that will expire in August.

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