Mark Zuckerberg’s particular trick to flee from the ‘paparazzi’
Go unnoticed before the cameras of the curious is one of the wishes of many celebrities and celebrities, but they do not always achieve the goal. Mark Zuckerberg, creator of the social network Facebook, failed to ‘save’ himself from the paparazzi who followed him on his vacation to Hawaii, even ‘The shot backfired’, because the particular ‘trick’ with which he tried to avoid being the center of attention, unleashed a wave of ‘memes’.
Not a hat, or dark glasses, or even a mask in these times of coronavirus, were the solution that Zuckerberg found so that journalists or fans would not recognize him while he enjoyed a sunny day on the paradisiacal beach on top of a surfboard. While it is true that the entrepreneur’s skin color is ‘pale’, resolve cover your face with excess sunscreen it wasn’t such a good idea.
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“If someone wants to make a ‘meme’ about sun creams from this photo, it seems perfect to me. I love making people laugh online. “, the CEO of Facebook himself explained with grace in a direct from Instagram with an American ‘influencer’.
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And it seems that his statement was taken into account by Internet users, because the ‘memes’ did not wait. Twitter users began to compare the Silicon Valley businessman with various fictional characters such as the ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’, or the one with the mythical character of ‘Spirited Away’, the cartoon fiction of the Ghibli brothers.
During the interview, Zuckerberg admitted that “the difference between how great you think you look and the worst photo a ‘paparazzi’ can take of you makes me laugh a lot“.
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