Scammers are targeting my account, pretending to be me, writes John McAfee in his recent tweet, warning the community to stay alert and not to fall into dirty-players’ traps.
All he can give continues McAfee is ‘advice like this’, not crypto.
Previously, in his video message on Twitter, McAfee stated that he is ‘broke and powerless’ but is still free of the governmental system. This introduction was followed with a speech similar to that of Tyler Durden in the ‘Fight Club’ movie with the key note being ‘things you own end up owning you’.
Despite, being ‘broke’, travelling between the North and South America on a personal yacht with a team, drinking expensive cognac and smoking exquisite cigars, McAfee seems to be always generous to offer free advice.
As an example of his generosity and an itch to share his wisdom, read his tweet below, where the crypto baron gives advice to women, sharing principles they should leave by.
When asked in the comment thread by men, what they should do, McAfee responds laconically – ‘see Advice for Men’.