It’s not uncommon for lottery winners to use methods to conceal their identities, so it’s not surprising that some of them accept prizes behind closed doors or even wear masks when receiving a lottery cheque. However, defeating a Jamaican lottery winner dressed as Darth Vader would be difficult.
For obvious reasons, we don’t know anything about W. Brown. We know he won the lottery in Jamaica, but we don’t know who gave him the winning ticket.
W. Brown used roughly the same numbers that he had used for the previous 20 years, according to Stabroek News. His luck was clearly linked to those numbers, and they meant something to him.
Despite his humble beginnings, Brown had faith that the fortune that would change his life would come his way.
He was interviewed by Stabroek News, and he was quoted as saying: “Since I was a child, my life has been difficult. Though I was frequently denied the opportunity to attend school because my parents couldn’t afford it, I remained steadfast in my determination to provide for my family what I had been denied as a child.”
Brown must have been ecstatic when he discovered that the numbers he drew corresponded to the numbers drawn in the live draw. Despite his nervousness, he took a great shower that night and was able to sleep.
Brown was collecting money while dressed as Darth Vader in a Darth Vader mask and cape.
Supreme Ventures, a company known in Jamaica for organizing lotteries and races, launched an Instagram poll to determine which superhero mask Brown should wear to conceal his identity. This demonstrates that they considered Brown’s well-known public identity when they chose to dress him in an iconic mask.
The decision to fight with lightsabers was solely for the purpose of promoting Brown and Supreme Ventures. The photograph below exemplifies this.
Nobody who knows about Brown’s fortune is surprised to learn that they are the only ones.
Despite his claims that he intends to buy a house and invest, Brown is unsure what to do with his newfound wealth.
He was aware of it. “I’d like to know what the best course of action is before I invest any money. I know I want to buy a bus, but I need to figure out what I want to do with my life first.”