Paul Rudd, 'certified young person,' urges millennials to wear masks

  • Paul Rudd, 'certified young person,' urges millennials to wear masks

Paul Rudd, 'certified young person,' urges millennials to wear masks

Rudd, who was born in 1965 and is of Generation X, channeled his inner Gen Y and Gen Z to encourage young people to wear masks and practice other safety measures during the health crisis.

"Apparently a lot of Covid is transmitted by us Millennials", Rudd said. "So slide that into your DMs and Twitch it".

Rudd then dropped a series of "young person" key words from the 1980s through to today, including chatting to Billie Eilish on the phone, telling her he "stans" her, dancing in a TikTok video, holding a football and resting a boom box on his shoulder.

"Yo, listen, hype beasts". Paul Rudd is here to remind his "fellow millennials" that, while you may not feel like you're harming anybody by strolling along without a face covering, you could be asymptomatic and end up causing irreparable harm.

"It's not hard. People are dying". Wear your mask, and help him yeet the coronavirus for good.

Falling out of character after exhausting all the millennial-isms he could, Paul Rudd eventually snaps and implores the young people watching to "just wear a mask" because "it's easy [and] it's simple". Though there aren't any clinical studies about the how much damage the virus wreaks on a young person's body, those who survived infection have experienced lingering symptoms weeks after initially testing positive. I shouldn't have to make it fun! "Younger people at protests are not wearing a mask; they think they're invincible", Cuomo said.