Zuckerberg not qualified to lead the metaverse: Grimes, Elon Musk’s ex-girlfriend

Elon Musk’s former singer girlfriend, Grimes, has questioned Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s ability to make his $10 billion Metaverse dream a success, calling it “grossly underpowered.” qualified”.

The Canadian singer, born Claire Boucher, slammed Zuckerberg in a Twitter post, saying that if Zuckerberg oversees the metaverse, “he’s dead.”

“People who care about art and culture are building something else. It’s bad art too,” she said, as Zuckerberg recently came under heavy criticism on his metaverse avatar. poorly designed.

Grimes said “The quality of this image alone shows how grossly underqualified he is to build an alternate reality, literally every indie game looks better”.

“Aesthetics aside, they’ve proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that they’re not ethically capable of leading something so powerful and shouldn’t have the power they have now. “, she posted.

Last week, Zuckerberg posted a screenshot of his digital avatar in front of the Eiffel Tower.

However, the social media world didn’t like his fairly basic image and bombarded him with memes.

“I know the photo I posted earlier this week was pretty basic — it was taken very quickly to celebrate a launch. Horizon’s graphics are capable of so much more — even on headsets — and Horizon is improving very quickly,” he said. had said.

Recently, Musk and Grimes revealed that they welcomed a second child, a girl named Exa Dark Siderl Musk, through surrogacy in December.

The recurring couple welcomed their first child, X – A-12 (pronounced “X AI Archangel” and nicknamed “X”), in May 2020.

Y is the second child of Grimes and Musk’s eighth. His first child, son Nevada Alexander with ex-wife Justine Wilson, died at 10 weeks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (Sids) in 2002.



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