Cash App founder dies after San Francisco stabbing
Lee went on to create Cash App, a money transfer service
The founder of multibillion-dollar tech company Cash App, Bob Lee, was fatally stabbed near San Francisco city centre on Tuesday, his family has said.
They had two children, Damien, 17, and Scout, 14. Damien Lee said his father was a down-to-earth person who always listened.
San Francisco police said officers responded to a report of a stabbing around 2:35 a.m. Tuesday. The officers found Robert Lee, 43, with apparent stab wounds. He was taken to a hospital and died of his injuries, police said.
Lee also was an investor in Elon Musk’s SpaceX venture, as well as other tech firms, such as the social audio app Clubhouse, according to his LinkedIn profile. He used the handle “crazy bob” for his LinkedIn and Twitter pages