At a recent high-energy event in London, a lucky lad hit the jackpot, securing a golden windfall worth nearly $800,000! Thanks to the viral sensation Prime energy drink, co-founded by internet bigwigs Logan Paul and KSI, this young fan’s fortune took a golden twist.
The Prime drink, which rocketed to fame amidst a flurry of frenzied fans, has gripped the younger generation since its launch. If you were expecting to grab one during its debut week, you’d likely have found only empty shelves. The drink’s popularity was so rampant that it momentarily vanished from the market!
The Prime drink, however, is not without its controversy. A potent brew with a caffeine content that doubles the legal limit in Australia, it caused quite a stir. Even the caffeine-free version was speedily banned in Aussie schools amid safety concerns.
But, the real shocker came when Paul and KSI announced a golden opportunity to celebrate their billionth bottle sold. The prize? A solid gold bar moulded into the form of the iconic drink, worth a whopping $760,000, encased in bullet-proof glass. One in New York, the other in London – up for grabs for fans with a knack for cracking six-digit codes.
$500k won instantly, $500k lost instantly. Thanks to everyone who made this activation so special!— DrinkPrime (@PrimeHydrate) November 12, 2023
Here’s to the next billion 🎊 pic.twitter.com/GD5h5lbHVB
With eager fans in London racing against the clock, a cool kid sporting a Pinewood football jersey took a leap of faith, tapping in the code 954229. As confetti cannons erupted, it was revealed that he’d cracked the code, pocketing the glittering golden prize. Cue fist pumps and grins galore!
Meanwhile, across the pond in New York City, a different tale unfolded. As the London lad claimed victory, the New York golden Prime bottle was reduced to a molten mess – a $250,000 worth fizzled into a golden puddle. “Poof, just like that,” remarked Paul. Despite the bottle’s transformation, the gold retained its value, just no longer resembling the Prime drink. Quite a golden drama, don’t you think?