In an effort to appeal to Generation Z, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warns that the economy “is definitely not bussin”

Washington, DC - In an attempt to steer Zoomers away from risky spending habits, the Federal Reserve put out a press release where they incorporated young person slang to appeal to a younger audience. 

“For real, no cap G, the economy is straight not bussin right now,” the press release began. It was clear from the first sentence that Jerome Powell relied heavily on his younger interns to draft the statement on his behalf. 

“The economy is scuffed y’all. We printed too many Benjamins, gotta cut back for real, for real.” Upon reviewing the press release, Powell was visibly confused as to what the words on the page actually meant. He was especially confused as to why the interns chose to sign off on the release by writing, “Your homie, Big Jay P” at the end of the release.

This content is a work of satire and parody. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. Any opinions expressed in this content do not reflect the views of the author or publisher. In fact, they probably reflect the opposite of the views of the author or publisher. The purpose of this content is to entertain and possibly make you question the reality of the world around you. So please, don't take anything too seriously, unless it's the importance of a good laugh.
Jerome Powell by Federal Reserve is licensed under Flickr Flickr

Get latest news delivered daily!

We will send you breaking news right to your inbox

© 2024