The Day Ronald McDonald Had To Break Up A Fight (JF Asks)


You know black folks and large amounts of money are never a good combo, right?

Well check this out….


“Workers at a Maryland McDonald’s who pooled their cash for Mega Millions tickets are furious at a colleague who claims she won with a ticket she bought for herself and has no intention of sharing. “We had a group plan, but I went and played by myself. [The ‘winning’ ticket] wasn’t on the group plan,” McDonald’s “winner” Mirlande Wilson 37, told the New York Post on Sunday, insisting she alone bought one of the three tickets nationwide that will split a record $656 million payout. “I was in the group, but this was separate. The winning ticket was a separate ticket,” the single mother of seven said. The Haitian immigrant refused to show what she said was the winning ticket, claiming she had it hidden in another location and would present it to lottery officials Monday.” – FOX DC

I would have tackled that old bitch if she was playing with my money.
And we work at McDonald’s too?
And I put in 5 dollars from working as fry cook?
I’d have to prepare her a knuckle sammich hot off the damn grill!!!

Do you think Mirlande Wilson won fair and square?

Author: jamari fox

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8 thoughts on “The Day Ronald McDonald Had To Break Up A Fight (JF Asks)”

  1. Shittt, they knew the risks when they decided to go in together.

    I would hope that she’s telling the truth and it wasn’t apart of the pool, but if she’s not what can they do?

    Greed is a bitch.

  2. I did the same thing, I pooled with some friends,and then went and bought my own separate ticket… And the pooled tickets were in a separate secure location. So it’s their fault if they let her take all the tickets!

  3. Here is how it should go:

    If you are in a pool, whoever is responsible for buying the tickets should photocopy the group’s tickets, write the name of each participant on a copy, add your (purchaser) original signature on each, and hand the copies out.

    If you decide to purchase your own tickets, you are free to do so. If the winning numbers are not on the copy you received, then technically, you are not a winner. If the purchaser holds the winning ticket, it is up to him/her if they want to share any of the winnings with you.

    If she did win, it would be great if the group is broken off with a little something. I guess she figures she has seven kids, worked at McDonald’s, and probably has family back home who could really use some money, so she wants to keep it all.

  4. I agree she’s gonna be cursed… people are gonna use her like a hand towel in a guest bathroom… all for the love of money…. If I won the lotto i wouldnt tell nobody…

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