Mark Zuckerberg once brandished a sword at a Facebook employee


A former Facebook employee leaked how Zuckerberg brought the Katana into the office. Photo: Dall E Mini

AMERICA – CEO Meta Mark Zuckerberg accused of brandishing a Katana (a small Japanese sword) at a Facebook employee at the office.

This was revealed by Noah Kagan, a former Facebook employee. Noah is currently the CEO of startup AppSumo. This was revealed when he made content on TikTok last June about “weird things” that happened while he was working at Facebook.

Noah himself is the 30th employee at Facebook, which was formed in 2004. According to Noah, Zuckerberg, who was very young at that time, brought a Katana sword to the office. Then rocked it furiously. The reason? “Because he doesn’t like the code and design that we make on the Facebook website,” he vented.

One commentator on the video, which has been watched tens of thousands of times, said that Zuckerberg is a Wibu (Japanese culture enthusiast). Interestingly, it turns out that this isn’t the first time Noah has referred to Zuckerberg with a katana.

In 2014, he released the e-book “How I Lost 170 Million Dollars: My Time as #30 at Facebook,”. The e-book tells of his experience working for tech giant Facebook in 2005. In the book, he accuses Zuckerberg (then 21) of walking around with a sword in the office and intimidating people who do bad jobs.

“He (Zuckerberg) said to employees like, ‘if you don’t finish this task quickly, I will slap you in the face’, or ‘I will cut you with this big sword’. Until now I do not know why he has the sword, “said Noah.

In the video, Noah also talks about PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel who lost his poker game but still wants his money back.
In a separate video, Noah says he lost his stock options after being fired from Facebook.

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Because he purportedly owns a 0.1% stake in the company, which would currently be worth more than $170 million. He was fired nine months after the tech giant hired him, which he said motivated him to start his own company.


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