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Snapchat CEO apologizes after being criticized over his leaked emails

Evan Spiegel, CEO of the popular ‘disappearing’ messaging app Snapchat is caught up in the filthy rumor this time. The news says that he is apologizing for the email that he wrote several years back to his fraternity brothers at University of Stanford.evan-spiegel-snapchat

As per the recent leak, the email acquired by Gawker’s Valleywag blog, the concerned Evan Spiegel, instigates the fellow Kappa Sigma members to indulge with women who were immensely drunk and ready to get into sexual promiscuity. Further, he mocked on the fraternity and claimed that the members are gay and quoted them to be “sororisluts”. As quoted in the email that at least six girls performed sex act with the concerned person. The Gawker blog also points out that he jokes on the lazer-tag outing was to “shoot lazers at fat girls”.

However, a written response sent to CNN by Snapchat says Spiegel who is now 23 apologized for the emails. “I’m obviously mortified and embarrassed that my idiotic e-mails during fraternity days made public”. Besides this he said that he has no excuse regarding that. He says that he is sorry about what he has done in the past and curses himself to have written that. There is no way he can prove the way he reflects about women today.

A Snapchat spokeswoman told that Spiegel does not want comment more on this. Other messages that hanged on the screen grabbed onto the Gawker blog, Spiegel described a party with a shopping list of “3 kegs, 5 plastic shot glasses, 1 ounce of marijuana, 1 kilo of blow (cocaine). Another blog indicates on the Spiegel writing “I’ll roll a blunt for whoever seems the most (breasts) tonight”.

According to CNN, some messages were extremely nasty to publish by them. Snapchat is a popular messaging application extensively used by the youngsters and teens. It allows users to exchange photos and videos. Spiegel and Murphy is the co-founder of the company as Picaboo in July 2011 and later renamed it as the Snapchat. The app soon gained the reputation of exchanging sexual images estimated by more than 30 million users. The Snapchat claims that around 700 users exchange videos and photos every day.

About Ariana Whitmore

She has been writing columns on consumer gadgets since 2010. Her areas of interests include smartphones, tablets, mobile OS and apps. She holds M.C.S. degree and working on her startup, which aims to solve IT support issues.

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