Twitter chief executive Dorsey doesn't mind courting a bit of controversy. He hit South Beach with a bikini babe by his side this past weekend. The technology entrepreneur enjoyed his rest day with swimsuit model Flora Carter.
After facing criticism from U.S. senators and actors like Sacha Baron Cohen, Dorsey had fun walking the sands and basking in the sun at the Miami hot spot. In exclusive photos obtained by The Post and reported by PageSix Dorsey gallivanted the seaside sporting his salt and pepper beard grown long - looking like a castaway.
But give the billionaire business owner some credit. He's fit. He sported a white shirt paired with dark swim trunks.
His companion wore an open, button-down shirt over a scanty, floral string bikini and shorts. The two had fun on the waves and were spotted chatting and walking the Florida beach.
The Twitter titan was once linked with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Raven Lyn Corneil - but that seems to be over after he sold the mansion he bought with her in 2019.
Dorsey looked every inch relaxed - greeting people who recognized him. There was no sign of the business heat he has been under recently - like how to run Twitter and its "selective censorship of conservative viewpoints."
Dorsey remains positive - especially about the future of Bitcoin. "Bitcoin changes absolutely everything," he said at the Bitcoin 2021 Conference according to CNBC.
"I don't think there is anything more important in my lifetime to work on," he says. Dorsey confesses that, if he is not handling Twitter or Square, he's working on Bitcoin.
However, if Bitcoin demands more attention it gets it and he believes his other companies have a big role to play in the cryptocurrencies success.
Dorsey says Bitcoin "has the potential to create a new financial infrastructure more inclusive and supportive for underserved communities." He also sees Bitcoin protecting against currency devaluation and accelerating fund transfers across borders.
He and music's Jay-Z are funding Bitcoin development in Africa and India. Critics disagree - Bitcoin's future is risky, they say. But it's supporters see a chance to prosper - a digital gold and a hedge against inflation.