Not all CEOs are created equal. This may very well be the understatement of the yr in the case of WeWork CEO Adam Neumann, a moderately eccentric fellow, to say the least.

The Wall Road Journal lately printed a function about Neumann and his unorthodox management model fittingly dubbed, ‘This Is Not the Means All people Behaves.’ How Adam Neumann’s Over-the-High Type Constructed WeWork.’

Whereas there have been some fascinating tidbits, maybe the one which stood out probably the most — at the least to cannabis customers — is how the WeWork CEO allegedly smoked and introduced weed on a flight to Israel. Unsurprisingly, very like his administration model, it was fairly weird, to say the least.

How the WeWork CEO Allegedly Smoked and Introduced Weed on a Flight to Israel

In keeping with the Wall Road Journal report, the WeWork co-founder and a bunch of buddies took a Gulfstream G650 personal jet to Israel final summer season. Neumann and his buddies have been casually smoking cannabis all through the journey.

However that’s not the perfect half.

As soon as the group disembarked the plane, the aircraft’s crew “discovered a sizeable chunk of the drug stuffed in a cereal field for the return flight.” Like several clever toker with a little bit of foresight, Neumann was clearly pondering within the long-term.

Contemplating the burgeoning authorized cannabis trade, that is hardly an indicting incident. There are, in any case, comparable co-working areas—modeled after WeWork—that cater to cannabis people who smoke. Nevertheless, it does give some perception into the eccentricities of one of many world’s fastest-growing firms’ CEO.

Along with that marijuana-laced anecdote, there have been a lot of different, err, quirky tales concerning the 40-year-old billionaire.

One notably odd incident the WSJ recounted occurred after one of many firm’s mass layoffs. A number of weeks after Neumann lower ties with roughly seven % of his workers, he addressed his remaining workers concerning the incident over tequila photographs…and Run DMC.

“Workers carrying trays of plastic shot glasses crammed with tequila got here into the room, adopted by toasts and drinks,” the report mentioned. “Quickly after, Daryl McDaniels of hip-hop group Run DMC entered the room, embraced Mr. Neumann, and performed a set for the workers. “

Clearly, the track was “It’s Difficult.”

The publication additionally famous the CEO as soon as claimed that “if he ran for something, it will be president of the world.”

Nuemann and his firm have, maybe unsurprisingly, refused touch upon the Journal’s report. Contemplating the corporate is ready to go public quickly, it’s probably a “tough” state of affairs for all events concerned (Nailed it).

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