Transcript for Graffiti Artist Took Facebook Stock instead of Cash
FaceBook is about to -- a whole bunch of new millionaires and billionaires when it goes public later this year. And one of the Wilson usually for cutting edge artists who made the best -- of his life... See More
FaceBook is about to -- a whole bunch of new millionaires and billionaires when it goes public later this year. And one of the Wilson usually for cutting edge artists who made the best -- of his life that's made -- not only rich but famous. And he wanted to go to Barbara Walters for the first television interview she tries now to tell us all about it. Yeah I'm so proud. Well isn't saying is David -- to 35 year old son of Korean immigrant. And a fairly successful artist to actually spend much like. FaceBook but when the company was just beginning he did some heroes of their walls and instead of being pay in cash he opted -- stopped. -- it was with little today the stock is estimated. A 200. Million to. -- can self described government Knox who don't. Have graffiti artists painting everything can make things -- cost -- hundreds of war. Even painted means. How much -- our priceless. We'll tell you -- Together we -- This institution -- in the afternoon. Her. -- But it is the new raid on the offices of FaceBook and 2005. And have made him -- very -- but surprisingly contract from the this -- is stated that most people would be thrilled. 200 million dollars -- you. It's causing you pain. You can't buy your privacy back because. I was already doing okay and to have this abstract amount of money now. I cannot -- my privacy -- I was like what the hell's happening every news Al-Jazeera every news organization in the world is. Beating down the door trying to get you know interview and might. My -- have you kept up the stock I have these Olson. I sold song awhile back they estimate was 200 million I think it's more than that actually. Peninsula much of the sort -- to make -- to mixes -- just secure that I would have something out of this in case anything change but. I just a couple of hundred millions don't you think for sure. -- -- -- -- -- I was done jail time for cashing forged checks stealing and spent three months -- the Japanese prison for hitting a security god. But just two years later Facebook's accompanied -- originally -- ridiculous. -- -- proposition. Shot hocker who at that time whereas the president to finish things came -- -- and said David. We got -- Wallace's. What you're -- stimulus for us right can you describe them heroes. I love women there was lots of women. City's gates just abstract forms and just. I just. -- -- very quickly. And it's just it almost comes out of me like it's almost my therapy you have to admire you didn't have a lot -- Iraq and how much. There was close I think close to 60000. Instead -- -- the 60000 dollars -- really neat. Were you sad give. The stock click you want to capture the ones insurers. Celtic this you know -- -- the -- one pilot to -- to party or to Campbell. It's gonna sound normal for me to save money is meaningless -- -- that would even do now an average of all this money freedom I did everything I want it to when I had nothing. I'm still gonna do whatever I want that have more reports involving. -- -- -- -- -- Well it doesn't exactly know what he's -- to do with the money. About he says he's found continued to be Bob -- -- don't complain about losing its privacy like a lot of people on FaceBook don't think in general but they don't get him under media should telling me -- -- that -- I'm gonna kick the -- you know I picked me up. Because if you do graffiti white tie up the police can't get to it -- he picked me -- a lot of good News Corp. I don't think that it and by the -- without permission I don't I don't to entrap a great story -- orbit tonight on Nightline thanks Barbara.
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