John McAfee commented on a man who's mistakenly thought as him in a bar by some people.
John McAfee just made his comment of the year to date as he apologies to a man who's approached by unknown people while in a bar.
Apparently, the man named Courtland was mistaken as John McAfee that he had to show his passport to prove that he isn’t the man who invented one of the world’s most renowned antivirus.
Looking at his picture, he does show feature similarities with McAfee, particularly the beard style and hair color, although age-wise he is clearly younger than him.
“A warning to all who would choose a goatee with peppered hair as their preferred grooming,” McAfee tweeted.
A warning to all who would choose a goatee with peppered hair as their preferred grooming. There is no country in the world in which you would be safe. Why do you think I travel with so many security guards? My apologies Courtland. pic.twitter.com/oPWlJt6Fa1— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) January 12, 2019
The comments are mostly laughing on the tweet, like “I’ve been having a rough couple days, much needed the laugh from this. Thank u sir” or “You’re not fooling anyone John, we know that’s you.”
In a more serious tweet, the controversial man uttered his dislike towards the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the taxation system in general, and the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) earlier this month, saying "My crypto goals drive the IRS mad."
The man also announced end of last year that he will be joining the 2020 presidential race, after failing to secure the nomination from the Libertarian Party in 2016.