A Guy Who Said A Dinner With Jay-Z Is Worth More Than $500K, And More Of This Week's 'One Main Character' - Digg

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This week's characters include a Congressman who claimed "real Americans" are already over the pandemic and the producers who came up with the worst game show idea ever.
Each day on twitter there is one main character. The goal is to never be it — maple cocaine (@maplecocaine) January 3, 2019

Every day somebody says or does something that earns them the scorn of the internet. Here at Digg, as part of our mission to curate what the internet is talking about right now, we rounded up the main characters on Twitter from this past week and held them accountable for their actions.

This week's characters include a guy with ill-advised financial advice, an Atlantic staff writer who claims rural Americans take animal medicine all the time, a Congressman who claimed "real Americans" are already over the pandemic and the producers who came up with the worst game show idea ever.

Friday

Side Hustle King

The character: Side Hustle King, entrepreneur, get-rich-quick galaxy-brain take-giver, previous main character who said people would be smarter to take $50 every month for the rest of their life than $1,000,000 immediately.

The plot: On Friday, Side Hustle King asserted that getting dinner with Jay-Z was a "better option" than taking a $500k lump sum. "He'll give you the blueprint on being wealthy and successful," he claimed. "His knowledge will be worth more long term than the short term $500K."

I'll explain since most can't comprehend

Dinner with Jay-Z is the better option over $500K because of the knowledge & expertise he has. He'll give you the blueprint on being wealthy and successful. His knowledge will be worth more long term than the short term $500K. — Side Hustle King 👨🏽‍💻💰 (@profitwithant) September 3, 2021

The repercussion: The Side Hustle King's curious financial advice was roasted across the Twittersphere and buried under an avalanche of quote-tweets with images of Jay-Z and incredulous questions about Side Hustle King's logic.

"Sell drugs then rap about it. Mmm this is delicious" https://t.co/csk0ik7MUz pic.twitter.com/HkjJVguYgg — SHOGUN ASH (He/Him/DatGuy) (@ShogunAsh) September 4, 2021

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