Someone Posted Every Page Of The Fat Jew's New Book On Twitter
HOW YOU LIKE THEM PLAGIARIZED APPLES, OSTROVSKY?!
Notorious chunky idea thief and undeserving Internet mega-star The Fat Jew (or Josh Ostrovsky, if you want to use the name his parents gave him) recently released his first book, “Money Pizza Respect,” after a summer of controversy.
The Instagram giant, who boasts 6.5 million followers with another 256,000 on Twitter, was caught in a whirlwind of Web hate after various writers and comedians came forward with proof Ostrovsky made a career of posting their work to his social media accounts without giving them any credit.
The Internet is fighting back, though, giving Ostrovsky, who is repped by Creative Artists Agency and recently had a potential show dropped by Comedy Central, a taste of his own medicine.
One noble social media Robin Hood uploaded each page of Ostrovsky's book to Twitter, stealing content from the wrongly rich and giving it right back to the Internet masses.
Twitter user @updog7's full-color page uploads are glorious doses of karma.
Twitter was caught in a weird legal holding pattern over updog7's posts.
A pinned tweet on the user's homepage says at least one tweet is being withheld due to copyright complaints -- INTERESTING -- though a lot of the tweets are still up.
If Twitter does eventually take down the tweets, someone uploaded scans of the full book for free to Google Drive, so you can enjoy it there.
I almost feel like reading the Internet copy of this book just to spite Ostrovsky.