Please, this must be the epitome of a “first world problem”… I think it’s time for this guy to create himself a new life. Start a new business, invent something, start a charity or give back to the gaming community that so graciously helped him start minecraft. With financing out of the way, there are endless possibilities. Man up and make it happen Markus.
Now if I was filthy rich, instead of just filthy… I would have no problem filling my time with awesomeness and I sure as hell wouldn’t be tweeting about it.
Media outlets around the world seized on the tweets, calling Persson depressed. The billionaire again took to Twitter on Monday morning to defend his comments, saying, “fwiw, while there are articles about my depression because I had a bad day and vented on a trend I saw, I’m sitting here having a nice day.”
“The problem with getting everything is you run out of reasons to keep trying, and human interaction becomes impossible due to imbalance,” he tweeted.
“Hanging out in ibiza with a bunch of friends and partying with famous people, able to do whatever I want, and I’ve never felt more isolated.”
He also wrote that employees of his company “hate me now,” and that he found a “great girl, but she’s afraid of me and my life style and went with a normal person instead.”