If you’ve ever seen “Shark Tank” then you have more than likely heard of Chris Sacca, frequent guest of the show. The tech billionaire hit the spotlight this weekend after a very public meltdown after being refused entry to “Hamilton”.
Sacca apparently bought tickets for the show on StubHub, arrived at the Richard Rodgers Theater ready for the show when a scanner determined that the tickets were fakes. That’s when the sh*t hit the fan… Sacca allegedly even dropped the “Do you know who I am?” bomb.
After a heated exchange the manager was called but Sacca “wouldn’t take no for an answer,” a witness said. “He kept making a scene, saying how they had flown from California and it was his birthday.” And after 20 minutes of arguing, the couple left dissatisfied.
Sacca was undeniable excited about the show, he tweeted out to the “Hamilton” star Lin-Manuel Miranda “Cool if I drop by your place tonight? Any plan around 7:00?” …and understandably, the tweet was deleted shortly after… but that’s not where the twitter fun ended, after getting no joy from the theater manager, the StubHub social media team became his next target.
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) May 19, 2016
This obviously got the attention of the people at StubHub
— StubHub (@StubHub) May 19, 2016
Yesterday, Sacca, having read the fallout from his meltdown tweeted:
Nothing like waking up to made up articles. My wife of five years is my “girlfriend” and taking 20 selfies with staff is a “tantrum.” Haha.
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) May 22, 2016
If you’ve been trying to get “Hamilton” tickets you may sympathize with the tech billionaire. They are as rare as rocking-horse droppings… but one thing is unforgivable, those six little words that make the douchiest sentence in the world. “Do you know who I am?”
Featured image source [businessinsider.com]