Justin Solar misleads Tron group with nonexistent partnership with Liverpool FC

Justin Sun.Tron CEO (TRX), known for his questionable marketing tactics, announced an official partnership with Liverpool Football Club (LFC) via Twitter.

As with all Sun PR tweets, however, they should be greeted with a grain of salt as you never know when he’s telling the truth.

Thank you for the unique and innovative invitation, Liverpool! I am impressed and look forward to exploring this new #TRON partnership together! @LFC #TRX $ TRX #BTT $ BTT 😇🤝 pic.twitter.com/7RhFw7QVbX

– Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) April 24, 2019

Liverpool denies Tron partnership – is Justin Sun a scam?

According to Decrypt mediaThe legendary Liverpool Football Club denies any official partnership with Tron or its CEO Sun.

As reported, an LFC spokesman said:

“Liverpool Football Club has confirmed that it has no partnership with Tron.”

This is all very strange considering how relentless Sun was to announce this fake partnership. After his first tweet announcing the partnership, one of Sun’s supporters asked what this invitation was for.

Sun responded with a tweet:

official partnership. I will have more details soon. 😀

– Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) April 24, 2019

It seems that Sun has an obsessive need to overdo its cryptocurrency projects, regardless of whether the developments, partnerships, or successes are true or not. And this isn’t the first dodgy thing Sun has done to bring attention to the Tron cryptocurrency – nowhere near.

How previously reported by IIBSun was embroiled in a botched Tesla raffle scandal that played up his Tron (TRX) and BitTorrent (BTT) Projects.

Plus, much of the crypto community points out that Tron was based on lies from the start The whitepaper contained material plagiarized from the Ethereum whitepaper.

What was Liverpool’s invitation anyway?

According to the Liverpool spokesman who spoke to Decrypt, the invitation Sun received was one of many video invites emailed to many companies to keep up with new technology developments.

Below is a screenshot of Decrypt’s communication with the Liverpool spokesman explaining the reasons for Tron’s invitation:

So it is evident that Sun simply slipped this email invitation into a fancy tablet device and attempted to pass it on as a formal video invitation regarding an official partnership.

It puzzles the mind that Sun would go out of his way to overdo his cryptocurrency project and, considering there is no way he would be surprised by it, it smells like desperation.

Do you think Justin Sun and his Tron (TRX) project are built on hype and lies? Will people eventually realize the shadowiness that surrounds Justin Sun and his projects? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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