Elon Musk sells all his California homes after Grimes claimed he " lived beneath the poverty line."

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO, 50, is currently living in a tiny rental home, accepted to be valued at $50,000, close to his aviation organization in Boca Chica, Texas, in the trail of selling his seven properties.

The activity, which will see the tycoon make an expected $25m in gains, comes only days after the wealthy person's previous associate.

Grimes, 33, asserted Musk drove a moderate life and on occasion "lived beneath the poverty line."

However, Among the properties, Elon Musk sold were the previous home of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory entertainer Gene Wilder - who passed on at 83 years old in 2016.

Moreover, He consented to offer the home to the Hollywood star's nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman for the property to stay inside the family.

So it wouldn't be destroyed or "lose any of its spirits depending on the prerequisite."

Likewise, the tycoon offered one of his Bel Air manors to wealthy Chinese person William Ding, who paid $29m for the extravagant property.

In addition, four different homes in Bel Air were offered to the Los Angeles property engineer Ardie Tavangarian.

The undertakings came after Elon Musk in 2020 promised to sell "practically all actual belongings," including his properties.

Yet, it likewise follows his choice to leave California in December 2021 to zero in on the electric carmaker's monster new assembling complex and SpaceX, which has a send off-site at the state's southern tip.

At that point, the wealthy person tweeted: "I'm selling all actual belongings. Will claim no house."

Recently, artist Grimes told Vanity Fair the Tesla CEO was earnest about gathering his objectives and does "not live like a very rich person."

Besides, She said: "Elon Musk doesn't live like an extremely rich person. To the place where I was like, 'Can we not live in an extremely shaky $40,000 house?

Where the neighbors, similar to, film us, and there's no security, and I'm eating peanut butter for eight days straight?"'