YouTuber Ben Armstrong Fired From Bitboy Crypto

In an announcement made today, prominent crypto YouTuber Ben Armstrong has officially been fired from his company, Bitboy Crypto. Indeed, the company took to Twitter to announce the decision made by BJ Investment Holdings and its parent company, Hit Network. 

The announcement stated that, as of yesterday, the company had taken “decisive legal action in removing Ben Armstrong from the brand. Armstrong was the face of Bitboy crypto, with financial damage and substance abuse cited as reasons for his removal. 

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Crypto YouTuber Ben Armstrong Fired From Bitboy Crypto

In a rather surprising event for the community, prominent crypto YouTuber Ben Armstrong has been fired from his company, Bitboy Crypto. Moreover, the company made an announcement today regarding Armstrong’s employment termination as a result of “decisive legal action” against him.

In a subsequent post, Bitboy Crypto cited financial damage and substance abuse as reasons for the firing. Moreover, they stated that the decision came after the company sought to help Armstrong. Specifically amid a relapse, as described in its statement.

Prominent crypto YouTuber Ben Armstrong has officially been fired from his company, Bitboy Crypto, citing financial damage
Source: Market Realist

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The company stated, “This difficult decision is a culmination of a prolonged effort to help Ben during his relapse into substance abuse, as well as reconcile the emotional, physical, and financial damage he has done to the employees of Hit Network and the Bitboy Crypto community.” 

The Bitboy Crypto YouTube channel currently has 1.45 million subscribers, with the firing taking the industry by surprise. Additionally, rumors began to swirl earlier today, as did rampant speculation regarding the exact event preceding the termination. However, the company has only shared the reasons for his firing, with no specific incident mentioned.