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New video shows officer cursing out ‘King of Instagram’ Dan Bilzerian during Vegas massacre

October 7, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
New video shows officer cursing out ‘King of Instagram’ Dan Bilzerian during Vegas massacre

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The “King of Instagram” Dan Bilzerian pleaded with a cop for his pistol during the massacre in Las Vegas, and the officer yelled at him “get the f–k away.”

The wealthy poker player and social media magnet asked for a weapon in a new video while automatic gunfire can be heard in the background.

Bilzerian, widely known for posting pictures of himself with a myriad of scantily clad women on social media, was criticized for running from the carnage without assisting the injured, The New York Post reported.

As many as 59 people were murdered and over 500 wounded when warped killer Stephen Paddock opened fire on a music festival from the window of his room at the Mandalay Bay resort.

A new video has emerged showing the muscled-bound social media giant moving toward the gunfire.

He is seen hiding behind a concrete barrier while a burst of gunfire reigns down on the crowd.

Dan Bilzerian, 36, had asked the officer for a gun to try to fight off the killer — even showing his gun permit.

The officer responds: “No, get the f–k away from me.”

“I don’t know who the f–k you are,” the cop shouted. “You know better than that.”

Original video posted by Bilzerian on Sunday appears to show him running away from the chaos.

He later maintained he was “heading back” to the bloodbath after seeing a girl get “shot in the face.”

Dakota Meyer, the husband Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol, had earlier criticized Bilzerian for leaving the scene.

Meyer, who was a Marine and served in Afghanistan, wrote on social media: “This is why children shouldn’t classify heroes by their followers.”

“@danbilzerian this is what kills me about people like you. Always playing ‘operator dress up’ and so tough when the cameras are on.”

“A woman got shot in the head, and you are running away filming that’s not what operators do.”

“People are dying; you’re running away and pretending it’s worthy of a video is disgusting.”

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