Sean Parker, Forbes cover boy: Sorry, Mark Zuckerberg
His first message to the masses? An apology to friend and former partner-in-crime (well, as Eduardo Saverin would put it) Mark Zuckerberg.
"Sorry Zuck, I had to do it eventually. (Actually @scooterbraun made me do it.)," he writes. That's Scooter Braun, manager of Justin Bieber. Parker sure knows where the money is.
His current Forbes Magazine profile describes Parker as an "Agent of Disruption." The former Facebook president is now working on a video startup, backing music platform Spotify, and still keeping his hands in the Facebook pot with apps like Causes. He still keeps in close touch with Zuckerberg -- photos of them from a party in San Francisco surfaced last weekend.
View the video below for more on Parker. Or watch "The Social Network" again. He's hotter there.