Crypto Celebrity John McAfee survives Assassination attempt

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At 72, John McAfee Shows No Sign Of Slowing Down
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John McAfee, the tech industry rebel, says someone just tried to kill him.  Never one to be unheard from, McAfee went silent on Twitter for several days, only to reveal today that he had been in the hospital fighting for his life.  
According to McAfee, some adversary of his attempted to kill him via poisoning, but he was saved by doctors.
“I apologize for my three day absence but I was unconscious for two days at the Vidant Medical Center in North Carolina and just woke up. My enemies maged (sic) to spike something that i ingested. However, I am more difficult to kill than anyone can possibly imagine. I am back.”

McAfee also had a message for his mysterious enemies.  
“And for those who did this – You will soon understand the true meaning of wrath. I know exactly who you  are. Youh (sic) had better be gone.”

Just before McAfee’s 3 day radio silence, he announced that due to “SEC threats” he would no longer be endorsing ICOs.  McAfee has been harshly commenting on recent SEC announcements and decisions; but, with no lack of potential enemies it might be a little too much of a tin foil hat theory if he is implying that a United States governmental organization has made an assassination attempt on his life.  
The 71 year old McAfee has had some close run ins with cartels and other nefarious groups, and is known to be an advocate of being armed for protection.  He has also mentioned how he is never too far from his security team.
Either way, the resilient McAfee pushes on in his quest to spread crypto and buck the system.  After his series of cryptic tweets about his enemies and the poisoning, Mcafee was already back to crypto.
“BACK TO REAL WORK:
Today I am announcing my ultra secure wallet, built by Bitfi. It will forever change the landscape of crypto storage. Would have told you earlier, but, if you read my prior tweets, I was unconscious. Anyway, you must check it out.”
Expect McAfee to be back to full steam going forward.