John McAfee Posts Quirky Video in Response to Uninstall Requests

Paul Lilly

Warning: NSFW (vulgar language)

Um, yeah. John McAfee, British-American programmer and founder of McAfee (now owned by Intel), is an eccentric individual, to say the least. He also remains a person of interest in a murder investigation in Belize where he used to live. That's before he fled to Guatemala , played the crazy card and faked a heart attack to avoid being deported, and was ultimately shuttled back to the United States. If you thought his bizarre escapades were over, however, think again.

In a video posted to YouTube, McAfee claims he often receives requests for information on how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus. He notes that he hasn't had anything to do with the software in 15 years, though he gives it a shot (literally) anyway.

The video is definitely NOT SAFE FOR WORK , so take note before you hit the play button. It's filled with vulgar language as he reads supposed letters from McAfee users complaining about the software, it degrades women, and at one point John is shown snorting bath salts, perhaps poking fun at previous reports of his alleged drug use (or maybe it's an admission?).

In any event, this is one weird video that provides a glimpse into John's psyche. It does not, however, tell you how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus, not unless shooting your laptop is an acceptable solution.

Have a look at the NSFW video:

It definitely appears John is a few marbles short of a full sack, but is he crazy? Maybe not. John claimed all along that the Belize government was out to get him, and while his romp through the jungle and into the States has been strange, you can't help but wonder if some of his allegations were true after his island home burned to the ground last month. He lost two structures, each one valued at $250,000. The supposed bush fire that caused the buildings to burn down occured just days before an investment group was to close a deal to purchase the property.

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