Treading the Missed Mondays: King of Butts N Stuff


As the years roll on figures and icons of our past faulter and leave our corporeal plane. A moment for those who have fallen, if you’d please.

Lemmy, Bowie, Cornell, Allman, and so many more.

And now take a moment for this.

I wasn’t ready. I’m reasonably assured you also weren’t ready. This is one of the few semblances of Michael Jackson reincarnations walking the streets nowadays, ironically choosing to draw those BOMB ass fake chops on his face is actually just the dopest shit I’ve seen all day, and you know what is most surprising about the whole thing? If it was trap rap, the guy sounds decently like MJ. Still unsure if that actually is Jermaine Jackson at the end.


Alongside beatboxer Anointed S, Jeffery Perez is another MJ act that gained quite a lot of momentum after this clip started to gain notarity on social media.

He went on to be on Ellen and even preform live, and continues to be on the climb.

But what I’m trying to say here is, there are many ways to create and take inspiration from something without embodying them down to the haircut, because in the end everyone knows what you are TRYING to be, and just remembers who did it best when you do it bad. The thing about trying to be a “King” (be it Elvis, Michael, or your personal icon) is that we hold them in that regard because so rare were their faults that they were immensely outshone by their talents.

Sometimes it’s best to accept that someone else may just have done what you do (or did) better than you.



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