It’s been 208 days since a horde of celebrities participated in the now infamous Imagine video and not one of them has yet been arrested.
Will Ferrell has yet to atone for his sins—or at the very least offer us an explanation as to why HIM—and that Ramen noodle headed kid in the lower right of the frame is probably a TikTok mega-star making more money than my father.
Dude, go play manhunt with your friends or something. I know more than you.
In the United States, there’s a signature threshold for petitions whereby if it amasses a certain number of signatures, the issue at hand must automatically be addressed in a court of law. By transitive property, if a YouTube video surpasses 50,000 dislikes or more, it should be wiped from the planet at those responsible must show remorse for the victims.
The reckoning is now.
Gal Gadot, the organizer of the coronavirus-inspired video (holy hell, I can’t believe this was only seven months ago), sat down with Vanity Fair about the aloof irony that accompanies singing about “no possessions” from the comfort of their Beverly Hills compounds.
“Sometimes, you know, you try and do a good deed and it’s just not the right good deed. I had nothing but good intentions and it came from the best place, and I just wanted to send light and love to the world.”
“I started with a few friends, and then I spoke to Kristen [Wiig],” the Israeli actress explained. “Kristen is like the mayor of Hollywood. Everyone loves her, and she brought a bunch of people to the game.”
Gal, I will give you a pass because you’re Wonder Woman, but if I ever see anything like this again pollute my timelin—
can't believe they had they gall to cut me out of the final video? pic.twitter.com/uElXMjAgsG
— Matt (@MrKeohan) June 11, 2020
How can I exit the simulation?