Ding-Dong Saugus Business Owner Invites Cop Killing Washed Up Actor For Autograph Signing, Says It’s All About The Money, Immediately Regrets Decision
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Here’s some turtle advice – if you open a business, don’t invite to sign autographs if he’s spent time in jail for his role in a cop killing:
Sportsworld is a memorabilia shop in Saugus. Lillo Brancato is the washed up star of A Bronx Tale, and an idiot on The Sopranos who got himself shot for trying to rob a card game, was a junkie in real life and was involved in the murder of an off duty police officer in New York City. He somehow only got five years in jail, and was released in 2014. Now he makes his money by signing autographs. Somehow Sportsworld of Saugus missed the memo on that one or their Google machine was broken.
Guess OJ Simpson was booked that weekend.
This was Officer Daniel Enchautegu:
He’d be alive today were it not for Lillo and his girlfriend’s father who shot the officer.
After their Facebook page was flooded with one star reviews they were forced to cancel the event, claiming they had no idea the dude had just served five years in jail for his role in the police killing:
But yet when the outrage first started, and people clearly pointed out the criminal’s past, he flat out said he was doing it anyway for the money:
So he clearly did know and didn’t really give a shit. Because…..cash money dawg!!
Not the first time Phil here has made a buck off of a murderer:
Nevertheless, Phil Castinetti and even Lillo Brancato had his fair share of supporters:
Except they did know that he was an off duty cop because he told them he was. It was one of this last words.
But it’s OK because Phil isn’t greedy and he even gives to charity:
I’m pretty sick of this being the default excuse every time someone gets caught doing something terrible. I don’t give a shit how many youth programs you donated to or soup kitchens you worked at. If you only did those things so you could have the moral highground the next time you did something shitty, then you’re not virtuous.
Plus, let’s be honest, he’s not cancelling the event because it’s the right thing to do. He’s doing it because it hurts his bottom line. After all, he readily admits that it was all about the money anyway.
Blue Lives Matter has written about this and for some reason Phil shared it on Sports World:
Uh dude, that article is not meant to promote your business. It’s meant to shame you and your business.
Anyway, the lesson learned here is that in America you have the right to make a buck. But if you do it in a shitty way then people have the right to use their free speech rights to do what they see fit to your business. Welcome to the Internet. Act like you’ve been there before.