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Elon Musk's Baby Mama Grimes Shows Off 'Beautiful Alien Scars' Back Tattoo

By Jeff Mazzeo

Grimes's body is out of this world!

The spacey Canadian singer showed off her latest tattoo on Sunday night... and it's a doozy! Grimes, who shares baby X Æ A-XII with Elon Musk, debuted the intricate design tattoo and revealed that she got "alien scars" in white ink covering her entire back. Grimes is known to push the boundaries of social norms, but this is the most extreme thing we have seen since Lil Uzi Vert embedded that diamond in his forehead... Fun Fact: Grimes and Uzi have worked together in the past.

'Beautiful Alien Scars'

Grimes' new back tattoo.

Musk's girlfriend gave a shoutout to the artist that spent all night marking up her body.

"Full back in white ink by @tweakt w sum help from the alien computer brain of @nusi_quero," the singer wrote captioned her tatt pic. "Don’t have a good pic cuz it hurts too much and I need to sleep haha, and it’ll be red for a few wks , but gna be beautiful alien scars."

The new ink earned rave reviews from her devotee followers. "Sickkkkkk," singer Princess Nokia commented, while a fan called the marks, "battle wounds from a visualized war."

Of course, not everyone appreciated her artistic vision. "You coulda had someone jus scribble on your back for a lollipop," one hater wrote.

Perfect Pair

Grimes and Elon Musk

Grimes' eccentric personality seems to match up with Musk's outside-the-box thinking perfectly. She and X Æ A-XII joined the Tesla CEO on a trip to the spaceport city site he plans to build in Texas. He announced that he plans to name the new city Starbase.

The spacey singer's new ink makes more sense if you factor in her billionaire boyfriend's forward-thinking. She will probably fit in perfectly when Musk gets his new city up and running!

X Æ A-XII Loves 'Radical Art'


It seems like Grimes is passing her love of the extreme down to her son. The artist revealed that X Æ A-XII loves "radical art" in October. She told the NY Times, "He’s into radical art," she said about X at the time. "Like, he just actually is, and I don’t think it’s problematic to engage with them on that level."

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