Kevin O’Leary mocks BitBoy Hunt for SBF and launches fight on Twitter

Crypto personality Ben Armstrong aka BitBoy is engaged in a Twitter feud with investor Kevin O’Leary. The latter made fun of Armstrong for his hunt for Sam Bankman-Fried in the Bahamas.

Billionaire investor Kevin O’Leary and crypto personality BitBoy are in a public spat that is taking over social media. The first poked fun at BitBoy’s hunt for former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried in the Bahamas. BitBoy flew to the Bahamas to interview Bankman-Fried in a quest that the majority of the crypto community find entertaining.

O’Leary responded to a tweet from Ben Armstrong, BitBoy’s real name, telling him to “make a living for himself”. Armstrong jokingly said in the initial tweet that he might run to O’Leary.

Armstrong went further, call O’Leary a “murderer” and accusing him of covering up his involvement in the FTX scandal. He also said FTX investors should file a class action lawsuit against him “for his involvement in the cover-up of FTX and the sabotage of Celsius.”

The exchange of tweets continued until six hours ago, with Armstrong again emphasizing his cover-up claim. O’Leary retweeted this.

Naturally, the community lapped up the drama, bringing out the metaphorical popcorn and anticipating the next round of salvos. Atozy, a popular YouTuber who BitBoy previously feuded with, chimed in to say that BitBoy sued him for “saying much less,” referring to Armstrong’s “murderous” tweet.

O’Leary himself has been the target of criticism from the crypto community over his comments on FTX. They basically described him as being in collapse denial.

BitBoy flies to the Bahamas to interview SBF

Armstrong flew to the Bahamas to locate former FTX CEO Bankman-Fried and question him about the meltdown. He posted Nov. 27 saying he found Bankman-Fried’s car with pills and a laptop in plain sight.

It is not known if the former CEO is still in the Bahamas, although many believe that is the case. Armstrong camped outside Bankman-Fried’s condo, attracting a lot of attention. He said that these were not clicks but “responses”.

Ripple rejects Bitboy’s candidacy

BitBoy is a controversial figure in his own right, making headlines for his lawsuit against Atozy for defamation. He dropped the lawsuit after public backlash.

The influencer also made headlines for nominating him for the position of chief strategy and operations officer. Ripple rejected this offer four days after receiving it. This was around the time when XRP was making massive gains.


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