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The musical actor remembered Queen Elizabeth II with one of the most bizarre and random stories I’ve ever heard.
On September 14, Grimes took a trip down memory lane and shared a personal encounter with Her Majesty that led to hours of interrogation.
Grimes had a bizarre encounter with Queen Elizabeth II
“Once the Queen drove by my high school on a snowy day and the teachers threatened us with no snowballs all day. It was dead quiet when she drove by, with all the teachers on high alert,” she wrote of the scene. “And just as the procession was almost over, a single snowball shot out of the crowd and hit their car.”
No bloody snowball!
She was accused of shooting a snowball at the Queen’s car
The story didn’t end there.
“The whole crowd went mad. I was wrongly accused and had to spend many hours in interrogation, until today the perpetrator is unknown. But it was lovely,” she admitted.
In case fans didn’t believe Queen Elizabeth II was in Grimes’ home country of Canada, she shared screenshot proof.
Grimes denies she threw the snowball to date!
Goaded by one of her followers, she replied, “You threw a snowball, didn’t you,” to which Grimes replied, “No, I didn’t actually throw it fun enough.”
One fan replied, “I love this piece of Grimes lore.”
“Do visions come from here?” asked a fan.
In other Grimes news, the music artist recently attacked Mark Zuckerberg.
Last month, The explosion reports that she hit on him Twitter for being an incompetent Metaverse mind while calling him insufficiently qualified to build an alternate reality with his new meta-gear.
Grimes criticizes Zuckerberg’s artistic skills
“If zuck is ‘monitoring the Metaverse,’ it’s dead,” Grimes began her statement, adding, “And people who are interested in art and culture are building something else. Besides, it’s bad art.”
When zuck “oversees the metaverse,” it’s dead and people interested in art and culture are building something else. That too is bad art
The quality of this picture alone speaks to how underqualified he is to build an alternate reality, literally any indie game looks better https://t.co/n8Cuv4f0uJ pic.twitter.com/0G46MlWIP2
— 𝔊𝔯𝔦𝔪𝔢𝔰 (@Grimezsz) August 26, 2022
Her message continued, “The quality of this image alone speaks to how grossly underqualified he is to build an alternate reality, literally any indie game looks better.”
The image she was referring to was an attached real image of Zuckerberg as an avatar morphing into an alternate reality being. Also, her tweet was a response to The Independent announcing that Meta’s CEO would be a surprise guest on “controversial podcast host” Joe Rogan’s latest show.
In a three-hour interview, the duo discussed various topics, including Zuckerberg touting the potential of the Metaverse, highlighting his favorite hobbies and revealing he doesn’t have time for social media despite creating one of the biggest in the world. As reported by the Independent, tech magnate Rogan opened up about a new Metaverse gear due out in October that will allow avatars to mimic users’ facial expressions and make eye contact.
He explained, “Virtual reality really convinces your brain that you’re there. You have to convince your brain that this isn’t real and that you’re not really there.” Zuckerberg went on to mention “gloves,” which the company is working on to allow users to feel objects, stressing that there will be ways, things to wear “to further enhance the experience”.