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LAWL: Kevin Butler retweets PS3 Jailbreak code


9:20 AM on 02.09.2011
LAWL: Kevin Butler retweets PS3 Jailbreak code photo



We can't make this sh*t up. 

Apparently Kevin Butler has no idea what's going on with the game system he promotes. You know about all the jailbreak drama, but the PS3 spokesperson doesn't. I know he's not a real dude, but he should probably keep up with the times a bit more.  Travis La Marr (aka @exiva) tweeted the PS3 root key to Kevin Butler's Twitter account as a sort of challenge. Believe it or not, the code was actually retweeted by Sony's character. And mistaken for Battleship.

Of course, someone followed up and the tweet has been pulled.

PS3 'jailbreak code' retweeted by Sony's Kevin Butler, no punchline needed [Engadget]






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