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John McAfee Bashes Johnny Depp for Excessive Drug Use, Wants Morgan Freeman to Take Part in Biopic

  • Yuri Molchan
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    Crypto scandalous John McAfee criticizes Johnny Depp who was replaced in the movie featuring younger McAfee for consuming too much mind blowing stuff


John McAfee Bashes Johnny Depp for Excessive Drug Use, Wants Morgan Freeman to Take Part in Biopic
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In his recent tweet, McAfee criticizes a Hollywood A-lister Johnny Depp, saying that ‘Jack Sparrow’ has been having a bad year in his movie career.

To prove his point, McAfee posts headlines of news that say about Depp being replaced in the movie about McAfee’s life, ‘King of the Jungle’, and the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, as well as in a few other movies.

John criticizes Johnny

Last year, John McAfee, the crypto baron, as he is often referred to, insisted that the makers of his biopic ‘The King of the Jungle’ replace the Hollywood star Johnny Depp, who was meant to play McAfee.

The role was given to Michael Keaton, though McAfee admits he wanted very much (and still does) to be played by Morgan Freeman.

As for his disdain towards Depp, McAfee admits that the man has consumed a lot more ‘mind altering substances’ than himself.

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Crypto community supports Depp

In response to the tweet, members of the crypto community started defending Johnny Depp, using low-style words to characterize the biopic featuring McAfee and offering more support to Johnny Depp than to McAfee on this one.

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Yuri is a journalist interested in technology and technical innovations. He has been in crypto since 2017. Believes that blockchain and cryptocurrencies have a potential to transform the world in the future. ‘Hodls’ cryptocurrencies. Has written for several crypto media. Currently is a news writer at U.Today.

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