Everyone loves some good old-fashioned drama, especially when it happens to millionaire kids. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finally admitted he said the controversial quote mocking Facebook users in the early conception days to trusting him with their information.
"They trust me — dumb f***s," typed Zuckerberg during an instant message chat with a friend.
He has managed to avoid tackling the controversy head-on, but finally opened up during an interview for the New Yorker, saying that he "absolutely regretted" them.
So at the ripe ol' age of 26, Mark has learned his lesson. Don't call your customers bad names ... at least not on anything that can be documented. But in his defense, during that time Facebook was just amongst Harvard students ... so they probably found out about the original site by something along the lines of:
I'm a super nerdy Harvard peer and created this cool website. Give me your name, phone number, address, and interests so I can put it on there and other people can search for you.
Umm ... maybe he wasn't so terribly off from the truth.
Thankfully, Facebook (and Mark) have since grown, and we can all just be a bunch of dumb f**** together.
What do you think about him admitting to the quote?