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Much love. In the midst of darkness, he was giving us light. It was all going to be O. As we now know, almost nothing turned out to be O. On March 26th, in a short front-facing clip that he posted on Instagram, Hanks presented his predictions for the coming months.
Let me know if you guys can vibe with that. View on Instagram. What was he asking us to vibe with, exactly?
If last summer was the summer of B. Seemingly undeterred, however, Hanks kept posting white-boy-summer content on his Instagram. No Sperry topsiders. We gotta do better. In his self-conscious lightness, he seemed to suggest he was free from all that.
Watching Hanks navigate his way through his new gambit, I felt that he was tap-dancing on thin ice. Part of my interest in his videos, I realized, stemmed from the fear that, at any moment, he might tip over from playful, open-handed fun to hard-core racism. Even though his connection to his well-liked father who—as a Twitter joke had it some years ago—might even secretly be a Black man helped defang his videos, somehow made them feel safer, the danger was nonetheless clear and present.
For its logo, he seemed to aim for the popular Blackletter typeface. Used by brands such as Chrome Hearts and musicians including Kanye West and Phoebe Bridgersit also bears a similarity to the Germanic Fraktur typeface, a twist which brought white-boy summer a little too close to Proud Boy summer. You know what I mean? Parker was accompanied by a huge male carrying a gun she viciously attacked Chet with a knife, which caused him to profusely bleed. That was the initial potential of white-boy summer, as promised by Hanks, a sort of good-vibes emissary, and the son of the closest thing that America has to a father figure.
After watching the TMZ clip and reading the subsequent court filings, though, I was left feeling as if it may be difficult, if not impossible, to make whiteness mundane again. In an Instagram story posted this past Thursday, Hanks is seen walking on the beach. By Naomi Fry. By Katy Waldman.
Henry Chang, the unofficial O. Instagram content View on Instagram. Naomi Fry is a staff writer at The New Yorker. The New Yorker Recommends What our staff is reading, watching, and listening to each week. e-mail address. Cultural Comment.Good looking white boy
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