Actor and Instagram king Dan Bilzerian has sparked a debate after he posted a gory graphic picture of Las Vegas shooter's alleged bloody head after he reportedly killed himself. Now people are not sure whether it's a bit too much on social media or it's newsworthy?
Bilzerian posted the picture of the Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock in which a man is lying in a pool of blood and is appeared to have been shot in the head.There is another picture where there is a gunshot on the man's chest. The police had discovered Paddock's body in his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. He had died of self-inflicted gunshots according to officials.
Bilzerian is making quite the news after he posted these pictures and has become the center of controversies on social media. Some Twitter users feel that it is very insensitive to the victims that something like this is posted on social media.
However, there are others who feel that it's absolutely fine and the killer's body should be exposed and that he does not deserve any privacy after he shot 59 people.
Meanwhile, there are various questions which arose after seeing the photos like how did the actor get the photo? Is he actually Paddock or someone else? How disturbing is it for online viewers?
The 33-year-old actor was present at the concert when the shooting happened and he had earlier posted a video of him running away during the shootout, according to a report by The Hollywood Life.
He wrote that he saw people getting shot in their faces and their brains hanging out. He was highly criticized by people online for this video for being so insensitive that he was filming the tragedy instead of helping people out.
However, Bilzerian had said that he actually helped an injured woman by taking her in his car while he was running away from the gunfire. He picked her up and left her to a hospital nearby. After that, he did not stay back to find out what happened to her but got back to the scene to help other victims.
Check out the video from The Washington Post: