Bill Gates Looking Large, Spotted in Public First Time Since Divorce Announcement

Bill Gates was spotted in public this weekend for the first time since his divorce announcement and several pictures were taken showing him in New York City.

In the pictures, Gates can be seen wearing a mask at one point while still wearing his wedding band and he appears to have gained some weight.

Independent journalist Jordan Schachtel tweeted one of the pictures and in a three part tweet roasted the Microsoft co-founder.

In the first tweet, Schachtel exclaimed, “If you commit to a diet of bugs, soy sludge, and synthetic meat, you too can look like Bill Gates!”

“Bill Gates, the world’s most prominent ‘public health expert,’ is just trying to help you stay healthy like him,” Schachtel continued.

After some criticism, Schachtel responded, “This man helped decimate our entire civilization with his insane ‘health’ recommendations, so save the fat shaming lectures for someone else.”

Previously, we reported:

Billionaire and co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates was asked to leave the Microsoft board in 2020 due to previous sexual relations he had with a female staffer in 2000.

“JUST IN – Microsoft board members decided Bill Gates needed to leave the board in 2020 due to prior relationship with staffer.”

A spokesman for Microsft said, “Microsoft received a concern in the latter half of 2019 that Bill Gates sought to initiate an intimate relationship with a company employee in the year 2000.”

He went on, “A committee of the Board reviewed the concern, aided by an outside law firm to conduct a thorough investigation. Throughout the investigation, Microsoft provided extensive support to the employee who raised the concern.”

Thus, on March 13, 2020, Bill Gates resigned from his seat on the Microsoft board after being re-elected three months earlier. This comes to light as Bill is now getting a divorce from his wife Melinda.

Microsoft’s current CEO Satya Nadella responded to the news of Gates’ affair and told CNBC, “The Microsoft of 2021 is very different from the Microsoft of 2000.”

“To me and to everyone at Microsoft, our focus on our culture, our diversity, our inclusion, in particular, the everyday experience of our people is super important, it’s a huge priority,” Nadella added.