Rahul Yadav s sacking has been nothing less than dramatic. After the announcement, the website was hacked with the perpetrators showing their support for the ousted CEO. In an equally dramatic way, Yadav has put up photos of his posh Mumbai apartment that he has to vacate citing high rent. Also Read - PropTiger, Housing.com merge to form India’s largest online real estate companyAlso Read - Has Rahul Yadav’s startup Intelligent Interfaces failed before launch?
Yadav put up a few photos of his beautiful apartment followed by the caption Time to vacate the lovely apartment. Can’t afford the high rent anymore. The post seems to be bordering somewhere between showing off the apartment and trying to elicit some manner of sympathy from people. Also Read - Housing.com raises funds from former 99Acres.com head Vineet Singh
Last week Housing.com investors and board took the collective decision to fire Yadav citing issues with his behavior towards investors, partners and the media. Yesterday the website was hacked by an anonymous group with a cryptic message that showed support for Yadav. While fingers invariably pointed at him, Yadav claimed innocent by putting up a screenshot of the webpage on his FB account along with the caption I would have DESIGNED it better. # NotInvolved # LoveYouTechTeam.
With Yadav vacating his apartment, we wonder if he will look up on Housing.com for his next pad. In the meanwhile, you can check out the photos below.