Ja Rule thinks that Michael Jordan is making money every time someone posts a crying jordan meme. The had a series of tweets this morning based on something he saw on a “comedy” site that says Facebook and Instagram pay Jordan a dollar every time someone posts an image.
According to Forbes, Jordan made $100 million in 2014, which coincidentally was around the same time that Crying Jordan became popular. Coincidence? Or is Ja Rule onto something here. No one knows where Twitters money comes from or where it goes. Maybe it’s subsidizing Michael Jordan’s most lucrative income stream that can explain the company’s problems.
UPDATE: Someone told Ja Rule the truth. And unfortunately he has deleted all the related tweets.
And this is what that last tweet was, obviously: