Grimes says she 'finally' has Covid and is 'weirdly enjoying' it.
The Canadian singer, real name Clare Boucher, took to Instagram to reveal that she had contracted the deadly disease but was doing ok.
Writing on Instagram, the 32-year-old shared the SZA song 'Good Days' and told her fans about her condition.
She said: "Finally got COVID but weirdly enjoying the DayQuil fever dream 2021."
At the time of writing, it was unclear whether or not her husband Elon Musk or their child X Æ A-12 had also contracted the virus.
But at least Grimes should be able to afford the best care possible after Musk became the richest person in the world.
The Tesla boss recently overtook Jeff Bezos as the wealthiest person on the planet.
The SpaceX CEO is now worth a stonking £138 billion ($188bn), pipping Amazon's Bezos to the post by a mere billion, according to Bloomberg's Billionaire Index.
Thanks to an increase in Tesla's share price on Thursday (7 January), Musk pushed past Bezos.
Reacting to the news on Twitter, the billionaire entrepreneur simply responded: "How strange. Well back to work."
Musk is pioneering space exploration, hoping to begin commercial travel outside the earth's atmosphere.
This is on top of his hugely successful electric car company Tesla, and it was announced last month that Musk's company was worth more than the seven other leading car manufacturers combined.
While Musk has made his billions from innovation in technology, Bezos has built the world's most profitable delivery company. What started out as an online bookseller became an e-commerce and multimedia giant.
It comes after Musk overtook Bill Gates as the second richest person in the world back in November last year.
At the time, the SpaceX CEO saw his fortune rise to $127.9bn (£95.8bn) pushing Gates, Microsoft co-founder, from second place.
Reporting on the change, Bloomberg claimed the move was thanks to a 6.58 percent rise in Tesla's shares, accounting for a $7.2bn increase.
Due in large part to the global coronavirus pandemic, and more of us relying on the platform than ever, Bezos has seen his net worth soar over the past year.
But it wasn't just about making money for Bezos.
The 56-year-old recently announced he was making a $10bn (£7.6bn) donation to help fight climate change.
Sharing news of his philanthropy, Bezos took to Instagram to explains why he was doing it.
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