Hamish Harding‘s stepson is dealing with real-life penalties for his outrageous on-line conduct!
Brian Szasz, the 37-year-old stepson of the billionaire who misplaced his life within the tragic Titanic tourism sub implosion, has been inflicting lots of uproar along with his social media antics. It began when he attended a Blink-182 concert in California amid the tragedy of his stepfather being reported lacking throughout an OceanGate expedition. He posted an replace on the time, saying he was “devastated” however wanted to attend the present to “cheer” himself up.
Nonetheless, as you’ll be able to think about, the submit was met with fairly insane backlash — and issues solely bought weirder from there. He bought into beef with Cardi B over ditching his household for the rock present, after which after reactivating his Twitter account final week, he began making some fairly disturbing and terrible tweets. From claiming he’d be operating for president in 2024 to utilizing the n-word and mocking the transgender neighborhood, significantly, why is he nonetheless allowed on the platform?! Thanks loads, Elon…
However even when the new CEO of Twitter gained’t do something about it, the outspoken Szasz continues to be dealing with some penalties. In a since-deleted tweet, Szasz mentioned on Thursday he’d been fired from his audio engineering job due to his language on the internet:
“My boss fired me for my tweets!”
This information comes simply days after he mentioned he had “millions to spare” as a result of his inheritance from his stepdad’s will. Though, now his tone appears to have modified. In response to a remark saying he didn’t have to work as a result of his newfound wealth, he claimed:
“I have to make cash!”
He additionally went on to answer another person, saying he’d be donating all his inheritance to charity. Later, he claimed he wouldn’t spend any cash he “didn’t earn” himself:
“I’ll by no means spend a penny I didn’t earn myself at a job. I’m on the lookout for a job, I’ve had constructive work expertise at Blockbuster Video.”
We’re undecided if anybody would rent him at this level contemplating his on-line historical past — however hey, perhaps he can take a shot at making use of for a place at Twitter? They don’t appear to have an issue with him!
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