Brags of the Week: Egos and Luxury

Photoshoots are gruelling, @dmbrags VIP status, and tweeting articles about yourself. Check out this week’s top industry brags from @dmbrags.

It’s hard being beautiful
@nero, Milo Yiannopoulos, founder and editor-in-chief, Kernel Mag

Self-referential tweeting
@mcuban, Mark Cuban, entrepreneur

Wine country
@brettgreene, Brett Greene, marketing executive, Room 214

@dmbrags VIP
@amandavega, Amanda Vega, CEO Amanda Vega Consulting

Flying high
‏@kamalravikant, Kamal Ravikant, author, entrepreneur

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