A social media user has come up with an interesting idea for a reality show.
The user named Eva Marie Luter has talked of a reality show in which billionaire CEOs will have to sustain for a month on the salary of their lowest-paid employees.
Eva took to Twitter to say, “ok hear me out….a reality show where billionaire CEOs have to live off of their lowest-paid employee’s salary for a month”.
ok hear me out….a reality show where billionaire CEOs have to live off of their lowest paid employee’s salary for a month
— eva ☻ (@evamarieluter) August 30, 2020
The tweet has gone viral as it has received more than one million likes and over 177K retweets. A large number of netizens have also commented on the tweet.
A user turned Eva’s idea the other way. He said what about a show in which the lowest-paid worker will have to live off CEO’s salary.
Or a show where the lowest paid worker has to live if the CEOs salary, and doesn’t have to pay any of it back or pay taxes on it
— FUCK12 (@barrybAss92) August 31, 2020
Expressing his view, another person said, “You must think they can’t survive… Watch how they double their income Man shrugging by simply educating themselves and investing… Self-made billionaires”.
You must think they can’t survive…Watch how they double their income ♂️ by simply educating themselves and investing… Self made billionaires
— Jrock (@_jrock5) August 31, 2020
Offering a suggestion, a Twitterati wrote that the show should be a two-hour long special.
This needs to be a 2 hour long special.
— υη¢ℓє кєι (@RealKeisue) August 31, 2020
“Remove their connections! A person with no money at all but has the ears of investors or has connections can quickly build off of nothing,” said a person.
Remove their connections! A person with no money at all but has the ears of investors or has connections can quickly build off of nothing.
— TRANQUIL (@Tranquil_AZ) August 31, 2020
One user said that she would actually want to watch such a show.
Another Twitterati wrote that she liked the idea and she wants to make this happen.
However, a person pointed out that this is not a new idea. He said, “People tweet this and seriously act like it hasn’t been tweeted word for word since 2016 a million times”.
A report published in BBC in February informed that the boss of a card payments company in Seattle decided to pay a $70,000 minimum salary to all his staff in 2015 and also took a pay cut of $1 million. Even today, he is on the minimum salary.
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