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IElon Musk, the mastermind behind Tesla has been in the limelight a lot lately because of his absurd tweets.

The so-called philanthropist is being called out for his ludicrous opinions. Calling out USA as a fascist state and then criticising the government’s policies on the basis that his constitutional rights are being revoked isn’t soothing well for Tesla’s stokes or even his mental health, his tweets are anything but sane as of right now.

This past Friday as a part of his minimalistic lifestyle that he’s decided to pursue, he promised to sell off all his “physical possessions” in a series of tweets.

The capitalistic evoking billionaire had the audacity to say that he’s selling his belonging to have “Freedom”. Only he knows what he means by that because investors are clearly not satisfied these days with anything Elon’s been up to.

Following this tweet, Elon Musk of all people claimed that he owns the prestige mansion which once belonged to Gene Wilder, the legendary actor who once played Willy Wonka.

In the tweet he strictly said that he’ll not damage that prestigious house in anyway but considering that a lot of his properties are literally up for sale on a random real estate websites it looks like Tesla’s CEO is definitely not going to keep his promise.

According to The Next Web, Gene Wilder’s house in Los Angeles can be bought by merely anyone for $9.5 million. A house once owned by a Hollywood actor then a  billionaire entrepreneur can now be owned by just anyone! It can be said that Wilder’s soul will definitely not be pleased with this.

According to latest reports, Elon wasn’t bluffing apparently, two luxury homes in California owned by the billionaire are up for sale! The properties at a combined rate are priced around $40m and can be seen on the property website ‘Zillow‘.

Elon Musk is known for doing the most unconventional things possible and going out of the way to do something no one would’ve ever imagined but has he actually planned to sell his beloved properties? According to a Los Angeles Times report, neither of the two properties can be found on any other real estate websites. This is concerning. Had Musk decided to sell his mansions, it would’ve been all over the internet but being restricted to one website ‘Zillow’ is strange.

Elon Musk’s life is in a scramble but there’s delightful news for the billionaire and his girlfriend, Claire Boucher.

Elon Musk and Grimes at the Met Gala in 2018. Picture: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images Source: Getty Images

The couple welcomed their first born this Tuesday. His girlfriend is a Canadian singer and despite the slight age difference of 16 years between the couple, they seem to be quite happy, as Elon continuously praises her on Twitter.

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