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Watch This Crazy Millionaire's Attempt at Self-Mockery: NSFW

John McAfee, the eccentric software magnate suspected of murder, has turned in the direction of the skid in his latest video. Perhaps the internet wasn’t paying him enough attention, and so, tongue planted firmly in cheek, the British-born multi-millionaire mocked the software that goes by his name, and portrayed himself as a lavish mephedrone-fueled lush surrounded by strippers and firearms. McAfee is 67.

If you’ve ever had a windows computer than you probably recognize the name. His brainchild, the McAfee Anti-virus company, rocked the world in the eighties, and when McAfee sold the company to Intel, he graduated from software tycoon to eccentric former figurehead. Then, in 2007, McAfee moved to Belize and began an odyssey worthy of Narco lord.

McAfee, having recently quit drinking and drugs, moved to Belize, a popular ‘Pirate Haven’ where McAfee lived a indulgent life “full of guns, dogs, and girls.” There, his neighbor was another well-off American ex-pat named Gregory Viant Faull, who did not take well to McAfee, partly because of his lecherous attitude, but most because of that most neighborly of complaints, his many dogs were too noisey. Last November emergency medical forces found four of McAfee’s dogs poisoned, and, later Faull dead with a gun shot wound. Cut to McAfee fleeing to Guatemala, where he released strange posts on his website and claimed not only his innocence, but that the Belizean police were trying to kill him.

Now he is based in Portland, Or., working on a graphic novel, apparently unperturbed by the threat of extradition, if this tongue-in-cheek video is any indication. He primarily mocks his former software’s current state of annoyingness, by reading his hate mail, claiming he doesn’t know how to uninstall it, and then having a nerdy looking person try to explain while he smokes a cigarette lit with a hundred dollar bill, snorts bath salts through a crazy straw, and has strippers disrobe him of his shirt (not his holsters) while they perform for him. He shoots the nerdy person’s computer as the ultimate solution to uninstalling the anti-virus software. 

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