SEOUL / MUMBAI :
Let’s name it “The Bachelor: Moon Version”.
An eccentric, lonely Japanese billionaire who needs to fly to the moon with Elon Musk’s rocket is on the lookout for the love of his life to accompany him on his journey. He simply hasn’t discovered her but.
Yusaku Maezawa, the primary paying passenger on SpaceX’s maiden voyage to the moon in 2023, tweeted a hyperlink to a web site on Sunday the place girls can apply to affix the weeklong area flight.
“I’m 44 now,” stated Maezawa on the web site. “As emotions of loneliness and vacancy slowly come to me, there’s one factor I take into consideration: persevering with to like a girl.”
In accordance with the web site, Maezawa will start screening candidates on the finish of the month. A ultimate resolution will probably be made by the tip of March. The applying deadline was January 17th. The put up has been retweeted greater than 10,000 occasions, together with by Musk.
The choice course of won’t be discrete. Maezawa has commissioned an AbemaTV documentary titled “Full Moon Lovers” to be produced.
“With my future accomplice, I wish to unfold our love and world peace from area,” stated Maezawa.
Maezawa has $ three.6 billion in web price, in line with the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. He skipped school, moved to California to play in a rock band, and began his personal e-commerce firm Begin In the present day Co. After making his fortune, he invested lots of of hundreds of thousands of in artwork.
Collectively together with his future accomplice, he needs to take a mixture of painters, musicians, dancers, photographers, movie administrators, style designers and designers on a weeklong moon loop, the place he can watch them being impressed and impressed to create artwork alongside the best way.
Final week, Maezawa introduced on Twitter that he needed to offer away 1 billion yen ($ 9 million) to 1,000 of his Twitter followers who’ve re-posted a message from his @ yousuck2020 account.
In 2019 I gave a giveaway over 100 million yen on Twitter (1 million yen for 100 winners). I believe the file is probably the most retweeted tweet.
In 2020, I gave a giveaway of as much as 1 billion yen.
On this social experiment, the results of UBI are examined.
Will you be happier while you get 1 million yen? pic.twitter.com/waa7XhiGIz
– Yusaku Maezawa (MZ) 前 前 澤 友 (@ yousuck2020) January 11, 2020