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Like father like son: Elon Musk’s dad had a second child with his stepdaughter

Errol Musk, the father of tech billionaire Elon Musk who spent his early life in apartheid-era South Africa, poses for a portrait at his house Langebaan, South Africa on May 26, 2022. (Photo by GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / AFP) (Photo by GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP via Getty Images)

In an interview with The Sun, the father of billionaire Elon Musk said he had a second illegitimate kid with his 35-year-old stepdaughter. The Sun said that Jana Bezuidenhout, 35, and Errol Musk, 76, had a daughter three years ago. Back in 2018, it was revealed that Errol also fathered a child—now five-year-old Elliot Rush, known as Rushi—with Jana, a woman he had nurtured since she was four years old and is 41 years younger than him.

According to The Sun, tech CEO Elon reportedly went “berserk” when he learned that Jana, who had lived with him as a youngster, was having a child with his South African engineer father. Errol and Jana’s mother Heide were wed for 18 years, during which time they had two kids. Errol recently admitted to The Sun that his alleged second kid with Jana was “unplanned,” yet he still continued to live with her after their son was born.

“I didn’t examine her DNA. She, however, resembles my other girls exactly. She resembles a cross between Rose and Tosca. She acts just like Rushi and shares his appearance. So, you know, it’s very apparent,” the tech CEO’s father added.

“She wasn’t in the plan. However, we were cohabitating. After Rushi was born, she resided here for nearly 18 months. But when I married her, I learned that she is two generations older than her mother was,” he said in an interview with The Sun. Jana and Errol “have a lot of love for one other,” Errol claimed, adding that he no longer lives with her.

Source: DailyHive

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