‘Wealthy Dad Poor Dad’ writer Robert Kiyosaki on Sunday took a jab at Sam Bankman-Fried, the co-founder of FTX, who’s presently incarcerated.
What Occurred: In a tweet, Kiyosaki mentioned, “What would Joe Biden appear like in an SBF coiffure? Would you vote for him if Biden had the identical hairstylist as SBF Sam Bankman Fried?”
Kiyosaki mirrored on a private expertise that left him feeling out of contact with the newest tendencies, stating, “OMG. Simply realized why I felt so unusual after having fun with a big Thanksgiving gathering in Beverly Hills. I simply realized why I felt so unusual. Virtually all of the younger males had been proudly sporting their new SBF Sam Bankman Fried hairstyles.”
He continued, “They seemed bizarre however I’m positive they thought they seemed cool. What do younger girls suppose? Does an SBF coiffure flip them on?”
Social media handles instantly responded, with one even utilizing an AI-generated picture of the president in SBF’s scruffy coiffure.
These tweets come amid Bankman-Fried’s present authorized battles. The Wall Avenue Journal reported that Bankman-Fried has been seen negotiating for every day staples whereas he awaits trial on critical allegations, together with wire fraud and defrauding schemes.
Why It Issues: Kiyosaki, who has lengthy championed Bitcoin BTC/USD reiterated a stance he’s maintained for over 20 years: “Dangerous Information: been saying the identical for 25- years. Do not be a loser. Get out of FAKE cash system. Get into gold, silver, Bitcoin now…. Earlier than it is too late.”
Final week, Kiyosaki mentioned, “Are we about to have a good time hyperinflation too? I hope not. “
Declaring the decentralized nature of Bitcoin, Kiyosaki highlights its worth as “Folks’s cash.”
He added, “Meals will all the time be worthwhile as will weapons, gold, and silver. But I imagine Bitcoin is your greatest safety as a result of Bitcoin is Folks’s cash which implies folks management the worth of Bitcoin not our leaders.”
Value Motion: On the time of writing, BTC was buying and selling at $37,304.9, down 0.58% within the final 24 hours in line with Benzinga Professional.