- If Elon Musk’s rocket flying to the moon was not a major headline in itself, try this, a Japanese billionaire who has already booked his seat in Elon Musk’s rocket has announced that he is seeking to find his better half to accompany him on his journey.
Yes, you read that right. Reportedly the first passenger on SpaceX’s maiden tourist voyage to the moon in 2023, Yusaku Maezawa posted a tweet on Sunday with a link to a website wherein single women can register themselves to be a companion of the Japanese billionaire on a week-long space flight.
On the website, the Japanese billionaire publicly admits to being lonely as he says “I’m 44 now, As feelings of loneliness and emptiness slowly begin to surge upon me, there’s one thing that I think about: Continuing to love one woman.”
Notably, the tweet which unsurprisingly began trending has been retweeted more than 12,000 times with Elon Musk being one of the retweeters. As per the website, the deadline to apply is January 17th so interested woman, what are you waiting for?
An entire documentary duped AbemaTV will be shot in which the selection process will be broadcasted. So if you wish to keep it a close affair, it is not going to be discreet.
On the website, Maezawa further says “With that future partner of mine, I want to shout our love and world peace from outer space.”
As per data provided by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Maezawa has a net worth of $3.6 billion.
The Japanese Billionaire made his fortune from his e-commerce company, Start Today Co. which he started after he moved to California.
Maezawa who originally moved to California to play in a band is also very passionate about the artwork on which he has continuously showered hundreds of millions of dollars.
Notably back in the previous week, Maezawa posted a Tweet stating that 1000 of his lucky followers on Twitter will receive 1 billion yen (million) from. The 1000 users will be randomly selected whoever reposts a message from the billionaire’s @yousuck2020 account.