Il rapper Ja Rule fa esplodere l'app Robinhood, chiamando la sua fermata Gamestop a 'f–re crimine’

Il rapper Ja Rule fa esplodere l'app Robinhood, calling its Gamestop halt a 'f--king crime'

Cantante rap Ja Rule is the latest entertainer to weigh in on the trading tumulto caused by the app Robinhood.

Il 44-year-old hip-hop star took to Twitter to denounce Robinhood and accused it of criminal behavior for temporarily halting users from acquiring Gamestop stock as its value surged this week.

Yo this is a fking CRIME what @RobinhoodApp is doing DO NOT SELL!!! HOLD THE LINEWTF,” il “Put It on Me” cantante rap tweeted Thursday.

In a separate tweet he continued: “They hedge fund guy shorted these stocks now we can’t buy them ppl start selling out of fearwe lose money they make money on the shortTHIS IS A FKING CRIME!!!”

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He then ripped Wall Street for derailingthe American dream.

In un'intervista con Rolling Stone, Ja Rule, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, discussed how easily things can change overnight as just a day prior to Robinhood’s delisting of stockswhich prevented millions from trading in GameStop and AMC, tra gli altri — he was a fan.

Ja Rule denounced the Robinhood trading app amid its controversy for temporarily halting users from acquiring Gamestop stock as its value surged this week.

Ja Rule denounced the Robinhood trading app amid its controversy for temporarily halting users from acquiring Gamestop stock as its value surged this week. (Getty Images)

I love Robinhood. You know what’s so crazy: Just a day ago, I tweeted great things about Robinhood, telling people it’s an amazing app and everyone should get it. And then this happens. Sono come, wow, what a difference 24 hours makes,” Egli ha detto.

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Ja Rule also slammed Robinhood for helping Wall Streetget rich off the stock” mentre “the little guys are left holding the bag.

He said this is a prime example ofhow broken this system is and how it’s leaned toward one particular group of people to get wealthy and others do not.

As for how this turbulent week of trading will end, Ja Rule concluded that he sees this asending up as a victory for bitcoin.

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