'Crying CEO' under fire again over LinkedIn emotive remark about grandmother.

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Another emotional LinkedIn post by HyperSocial CEO Braden Wallake has brought him back into the limelight.

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Immediately after his grandmother's demise, comments accused Wallake of using the occasion to promote the marketing agency.

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Braden Wallake, the CEO of HyperSocial, sent a statement mourning the death of his grandma.

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Wallake is well-known for earlier this year's tearful LinkedIn selfie.

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He said that "there's more to life than working" and spoke negatively of "hustle culture".

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Quickly, LinkedIn users voiced their disgust at Wallake's article.

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Even claiming that he took advantage of his grandmother's death for his own benefit.

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In an interview with the New York Post, Wallake discussed the online criticism he has been facing.

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I'm not using her passing to further my firm, Wallake told The Post. "

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Chris Wallake, CEO of LinkedIn, replied to those who criticised his touching article on the passing of his grandmother.

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After firing two workers in August, he shared a sorrowful selfie of himself.

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