April 29, 2021 02:05 GMT
The Mughal finally spoke of an infamous photo from last year, in which he appeared on a surfboard with his face covered in a thick white mask.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finally decided to explain why he was shown surfing in Hawaii with his face bleached with a thick layer of sunscreen.
In a notorious photo from last year, an American mogul showed up on the eFoil electric skateboard, which is worth about $ 12,000, wearing a hooded jacket with his face covered in a thick white mask of sunscreen.
Image Unleashed A flurry of memes, with comments in which users compared him to the Joker, data from Star Trek, Kaonashi’s ghost from the movie Spirited Away or even the mime.
Zuckerberg addressed the incident Tuesday in a live chat with Instagram chief Adam Mosseri, claiming it was a failed attempt to mislead the paparazzi.
“I realized there were paparazzi following us, then I said to myself, ‘Oh, I don’t want him to know me, you know what I’m going to do? I’ll put a lot of the founder of Facebook said: “Sunscreen on my face.”But it just went wrong“.
Although he admits he is a “totally pale person” and suffers burns while doing outdoor activities in places like Hawaii, the businessman has admitted that he really doesn’t think he needs all that sunscreen to protect against burns.
“I should have thought of it better. That was a lot of sunscreen. Nobody needs that muchHe said while taking the incident with good humor.