Grimes Disses Elon Musk In Her New Song “Player Of Games”
In September, Elon Musk said that he and Grimes, the mother of his one-year-old Captcha-named son, are semi-separated and not living in the same place. Grimes hasn’t said much about the split and probably because she was saving it for her ART. She just released a song called Player of Games and it’s about how her ex was a bad boyfriend but a really good gamer. Everyone thinks this is about Elon, but if it was about him wouldn’t she have called it Heir of Emerald Mines?
Page Six says that Elon is an avid PC gamer, and in Player of Games, Grimes sings that she’s “in love with the greatest gamer, but he’ll always love the game more than he loves me.” That’s probably about Elon.
According to NDTV.com, Musk was creating video games before he became a millionaire at 27 years old. The Tesla CEO, now 50, tweeted in January that he still plays Halo, a military science fiction video game.
In another lyric, Grimes really makes it obvious that her song is about Elon with this: “Sail away to the cold expanse of space, even love couldn’t keep you in your place.”
Musk exclusively told Page Six back in September that his work was a primary reason for his split from Grimes.
“It’s mostly that my work at SpaceX and Tesla requires me to be primarily in Texas or traveling overseas and her work is primarily in LA,” he said at the time.
And here’s the boring song itself. Love the lyric video which portrays Elon as a knight and not the sociopathic Lex Luthor-wannabe he really is, though.
I think that using gaming as a main personality trait of Elon is not really fair. He’s so much more than that! She could have called the song “Tiny House Liver,” or “Failed Cave Rescuer,” or his most recent greatest accomplishment, “ShittyHaircut Haver”:
Post-breakup w Grimes Elon Musk looking like this mfer from The Fifth Element pic.twitter.com/Q1CYIobdGl
— Jen ☭ || ACAB || 🇵🇸 (@JenyofOldstones) December 3, 2021
Grimes is using her breakup to inspire music, and Elon is using it to fully transition into a sci-fi villain.