CM – Mark Zuckerberg claims he wore too much sunscreen to trick the paparazzi

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« If someone wants to publish a sun protection meme, it’s cool. I like to laugh on the Internet, » he said.

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Katie Notopoulos

Posted on April 27, 2021 at 4:34 pm ET

Today, in an Instagram live chat with Adam Mosseri, the boss of Instagram, Zuckerberg addressed the sunscreen incident in which he was photographed in 2020 with a huge amount of sunscreen on his face while sitting on an eFoil surfboard He said that as a pale skinned person, he likes to wear a lot of sunscreen to keep his skin healthy while swimming or doing water sports. Large! Everyone Loves Sunscreen – Sunscreen (especially reef-safe types) is great. In the photo, he appears to be wearing mineral-based sunscreen that tends to leave a white sheen.

He saw that he was being followed by a photographer while surfing, so he thought he could disguise himself with extra sunscreen .

The photo was taken by the paparazzi agency Mega, who followed him surfing with professional surfer Kai Lennon.

Zuckerberg admitted his trick didn’t work. « The delta between looking cool and the worst photo paparazzi can take is pretty funny, » he said.

But the Facebook founder doesn’t have harsh feelings. « If someone wants to post a sunscreen meme, it’s cool. I love to laugh online, » he said.

This is not the first time Zuckerberg has brought up the sunscreen photo. At a company-wide meeting organized by BuzzFeed News and reported to The Verge, he said, « I’m not going to apologize for wearing too much sunscreen. I think sunscreen is good and I stand behind it. “

Katie Notopoulos is a senior reporter at BuzzFeed News and lives in New York. Notopoulos writes on technology and internet culture, and is a contributor to the Internet Explorer podcast.

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