Mark Cuban asked Elon Musk how many children he would have, and received a strange answer

Well, stick a “Baby on Board” sticker on a SpaceX rocket.

Billionaire Entrepreneur Mark Cuban said in a recent release “Full shipment » podcast about being a billionaire investor Elon Musk – who is targeted going to mars during his lifetime – he once joked that he was going to personally populate the red planet.

“I know Elon a bit,” Cuban said during the episode. “He’s a different dude.”

To highlight just how different Musk really is from the founder dude of SpaceX, Cuban recalled a congratulatory text he sent Musk years ago after the birth of one of his many children.

“That was before the last three or whatever,” Cuban shared, recalling the timeline. “I’m like, ‘Dude, congratulations. How much will you have? He sends me a message: “Mars needs people.”

Although Cuban said he sent Musk a message in response, the Tesla CEO never responded to him.

“I don’t think he likes me,” added Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks.

Court documents obtained by the media in June showed that Musk twins born in 2021 with Siobhan Zilis, a top manager of his company Neuralink.

The twins were reportedly born a few weeks before Musk and musician Grimes. had a daughter through a surrogate mother in December 2021.

The twins bring Musk’s total known children to nine. He is the father of Exa Dark Siderel and XAE A-Xii with Grimes, and he had IVF twins and triplets with his ex-wife, Canadian writer Justine Musk, to whom he was married from 2000 to 2008.

So if Musk really wants to populate Mars with his spawn, he’s doing a decent job. But if he wants to double his numbers without much effort, he should invite Nick Cannon and his brood of eight together.