As you know our family over on our Black Twitter side is a force you don’t want to mess with when it comes down to sharing falsified information.
The latest debate consists of the hashtag ‘ LLC TWITTER” which directly calls out social media users for issuing nutty advice on how to flip your stimmy coins into an empire.
And THIS my friends is why you don’t listen to LLC twitter 😂 pic.twitter.com/7dyOUDk3UG
— EAGLES (4-Lost Count-1)🦅 (@DeondreTD) January 3, 2021
We shouldn’t perpetuate this any longer. LLC Twitter needs to be stopped. Starting a business isn’t the get out poverty card that a lot of people on here paint it to be. In fact, there’s a good chance you’ll go even deeper in debt. At least in the beginning.
— Reid (@RVAReid) January 2, 2021
Things kicked off when a few Twitter users went viral for a post that insists the bridge between where you are now and your alleged destined millions begins with purchasing an LLC.
The CEO of LLC Twitter pic.twitter.com/wijEP8NbVY
— ⚜I bomb atomically⚜ (@King_KeriRich) January 2, 2021
Black Twitter users chimed in immediately advocating for the much needed educational factors and experience it takes to even fathom the though of staring a business. While also shaming LLC Twitter for proposing scams and illegal ways to flip stimmy checks.
LLC twitter is quick to tell ppl to start a business but EVERYONE is not equipped to be a “boss” or a “CEO”. If you want a real profitable business you have to provide a Product/ service to a missing problem. Not just sell T-shirts’.
— Todohoeki (@fierclyyrae) January 2, 2021
We are glad that this debate provided much appreciated and useful dialogue on entrepreneurship from a business aspect. Cousins what are your thoughts on this?
LLC twitter tells y’all to start a business with no concept, no inventory, absolutely nothing to sell 😭
— C. (@___inCANdescent) January 2, 2021
Please pass this info along to protect your and someone you may know coins from any false promises!
…. or, just pay some damn bills or buy some groceries.
LLC & Wealth is a Mindset twitter keep missing that people are in financial CRISIS. This ain't "extra" money, fam. pic.twitter.com/SgwgWUc3F1
— Naima Cochrane (@naima) December 30, 2020