Bitcoin SV’s [BSV] Calvin Ayre faces backlash after posting photos of ‘young’ women

Calvin Ayre, the founder of the Ayre Group and massive proponent of the Bitcoin SV [BSV], enraged not just the cryptocurrency community, but also the social media community by uploading allegedly illicit pictures on Twitter.

On March 12, the BSV spearhead put up pictures with a “Cuban dance team” on his recent trip to Havana, with the caption:

“Drinking Rum with Cuban dance team in Havana”

The pictures depicted women of questionable age standing behind a shirtless Ayre, with a glass of what is presumably rum, as indicated by his tweet. The outrage Ayre faced was due to the indication that the “women” seem to be under-age, however, there is no confirmation of the same.

Source: Twitter

A video posted in the thread showed the same group of women, at the gambling mogul’s “pool party,” on March 13. Ayre stated in the following tweet:

“Cuban national twerking team practising at my pool party yesterday”

Ayre faced severe backlash on Twitter following the aforementioned pictures and video with the “young women,” with many voicing their anger and outrage of Bitcoin SV over Calvin Ayre’s antics.

Mike Dudas, the founder and CEO of The Block stated:

Source: Twitter

Linda Solberg, a Bitcoin SV proponent was outraged at one of the leaders of her camp’s behavior:

Source: Twitter

Francis Pouillet, the co-founder and CEO of Bull Bitcoin stated:

Source: Twitter

This isn’t the first time Calvin Ayre has been in the limelight with regard to his behavior. His gambling business has had run-ins with the law in the past. In 2017, Ayre pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge, in which he admitted to being an accessory to the transmission of gambling information that was in violation of the federal Wire Act.

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