Well, it is a saying that when a person or someone has to explain something to people, it becomes better if the person adopts their style or a hilarious way because jokes often cover deep meaning in it. Apparently, the same has happened in the recent public service announcement (PSA) given by Paul Rudd which is also sponsored by the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo.
Paul carried a skateboard and conveyed the message through a hilarious public service announcement (PSA). He started off his PSA with, “Fam, let’s real talk. Masks, they’re totally beast.” He also reiterated that he was chatting with gov, Cuomo, and said, “And he’s just going off about how us millennials need to wear masks because — get this — apparently a lot of COVID is transmitted by us millennials. So Cuomz asked me and he’s like, ‘Paul, you gotta help. What are you, like 26?’ And I didn’t correct him. We want to go to bars, we want to drink, hook up, do our TikToks. I get it. I’m not gonna preach at you like some celebrity. Ugh. This is a convo, where I talk, you shut up. Wear your mask.”
He then tried a mock TikTok video and said, “Want a challenge?” he said in regards to viral dance challenges on the app. “How about a stop the pandemic challenge? What about that? What about the save grandma challenge. Just wear a mask. It’s simple, please. It’s not hard. People are dying! Hundreds of thousands of people are dying, and it’s preventable. I shouldn’t have to make it fun. It’s in science. We gotta yeet this virus, aight.”
A news outlet also contacted the governor where he appreciated the efforts of Paul and claimed that it is very important for the youths to cover their face with masks and take every minute precaution to curb the pandemic.