Cash App Founder Bob Lee’s Killer Says He Used Cocaine and Attended Wild Sex Parties

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We’re still waiting on a tangible motive as to why Cash App founder Bob Lee was knifed down and left to die on a San Francisco street.

According to the news a suspect has been charged in connection to the murder. His alleged killer was a man who also worked in the tech industry. Nima Momeni, has been charged with his murder but the motive seems extremely suspicious.

Rumors of Bob Lee’s private life have surfaced with allegations of rampant cocaine use & sex fueled swinger parties for the elite. Honestly this is not surprising news and certainly nothing worthy of murder.

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Cash App Founder Killed in San Francisco Stabbing

Bob Lee

It’s getting wilder and wilder out here. Bob Lee, the creator of the mobile payment service CASH APP, was fatally stabbed and left to die on a San Francisco street.

For those outside of the UK and USA, CASH APP allows users to transfer money to one another using a mobile phone app. It’s hugely popular in the states giving companies like Western Union and Moneygram a “run for the money”.

Lee also had his hands in the cryptocurrency market.

As of now there are no clues as to why this tragedy occurred and no one has been held responsible for the murder.

It will be interesting to find out what happened here. It’s not everyday top executives are attacked and killed in street crime fashion. Crime analysts say stabbings are usually committed by someone the victim knows because of it’s personal nature.

Check back for more as this story unfolds. The crypto market has become quite dangerous. According to Grit Daily, 5 crypto billionaires and millionaires died in 2022. There have since been others.

NBC Bay Area — A high-profile Bay Area tech executive was killed in a stabbing in San Francisco.

Sources tell NBC Bay Area Bob Lee was attacked early Tuesday morning near Rincon Hill and the Bay Bridge.

Lee, 43, was the chief product officer of MobileCoin. He was also former chief technology officer of Square and one of the co-founders of Cash App.

Officers responded at about 2:35 a.m. to a report of a stabbing in the 300 block of Main Street and arrived to find Lee, who was taken to a hospital and succumbed to his injuries there.

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