Friday, Nolan Daniels posted a photo on his Facebook page saying that he has the other winning Powerball lottery ticket and he will share his winnings with anyone who posts a photo
The Facebook photo of Daniels shows his face and a Powerball lottery ticket that shows the winning numbers; the lottery ticket in the photo has not been verified. Daniels doesn’t have any other photos on his Facebook page. And many people are wondering Saturday if this is a hoax.
The caption with the Facebook photo shows:
Looks like I’m not going to work … EVER!!!
Daniels is smiling in the photo and the winning Powerball numbers show: 5-23-16-22-29 and the Powerball number as 6 which are the winning numbers.
Daniels created a buzz with his Facebook page when he stated that he will give $1 million to a “random” person who “shares” his photo with others on Facebook.
Whether the information is true or not Facebook users started to play, and Daniels photo was shared over 1,000 times each minute Friday afternoon. Daniels then responded that:
Anyone who doubts the legitimacy of this photo will not be included in the 1 million dollar drawing.
According to the Powerball lottery, two winning tickets were sold…one in AZ and another in MO, and Friday the MO winner came forward. The second ticket holder has yet to come forward.