Mets owner Steve Cohen seems to have called it quits on Twitter.
Metz boss appeared Delete his account on friday night – First seen around 9:20 pm – After a very active and rocky week on social media platforms, Gametop stock with hedge-fund billionaire in the midst of chaos.
A $ 2.75 billion investment was allegedly made by Cohen’s Point 72 Asset Management and fellow hedge fund sittered in Melvin Capital Management run by billionaire Ken Griffin, which has been crushed after attempting a small squeeze on GameStop stock . Melvin Cohan’s former Protect is run by Gabby Plotkin. Cohen has total assets of $ 14.6 billion,
“Crowd at night,” Cohen said on Twitter on Wednesday night. “Hey stock jockeys keep bringing it up.”
Kosten got back and forth on a Twitter tweet with Dave Portnoy on Thursday, when the founder of Barstool Sports blasted the Metin owner for a ban on a trading app like Robinhood, a loss to novice investors behind GameTop’s stock price balloon Was delivering.
Cohen tweeted, “Hey Dave, what’s your beef with me”. “I’m just trying to make a living like you. Ready to take this offline.”
The two finally found mutual respect, as Portnoy tweeted: “At least you’re speaking and trying to answer. It is a great compliment. “
Portoy took some pleasure in deleting his account while replying to a tweet about the news to Cohen with a smiling face emoji with incense.
Cohen’s tweet about GameStop’s status did not sit well with WFAN morning host Boomer Asiason. The former NFL quarterback landed the “Boomer and Geo Show” on Friday, stating that he would stop going to the game “until I knew what was happening with Cohen’s involvement”.
“Hey, I don’t want to hear that from you, you know what I mean?” Asiason said. “You are a hedge-fund billionaire. Just keep your mouth shut. The second thing is that he said one more thing: ‘Hey stock jockey, keep bringing up.’ So he is discounting Reddit WallStreetBets as a ‘stock jockey’ and putting shots at them as if he knows what is going on as he sits in the chair of this hedge fund king making all these decisions. Used to be.
“I hate him. That’s why, I told you this morning when I came in, I said, ‘You know what? I swear to God, I won’t go to another Met game until I find out that here. What is going on. ‘It really makes my stomach sick. “
Cohen chatted with Mets fans on Twitter, taking suggestions and teasing the return of the black jersey became part of the new owner’s charm. It appears to be on hold for now. Fellow WFAN host and Mets fan Evan Roberts found some humor on Cohen closing his account.
“It wasn’t even a brutal 9th inning that sent Steve Cohen away from Twitter!” Roberts tweeted.