Let’s all pause and have a nice Internet slow clap today for Chris Sacca.
The concern-trolling Twitter investor who Dick Costolo helped make extraordinarily wealthy when he increased Twitter’s valuation by some 30x in just five years. The Chris Sacca who thanked Costolo by publicly attacking him— in the nicest “bro, I BLEED AQUA” way— until, ultimately, Costolo left.
Sacca wasn’t the reason Costolo stepped down, but he was certainly part of the public narrative that lead to it. And it was behavior I’ve never seen from an early stage investor before…
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