A tattooed "influencer" who does not drink, smoke, eat meat, watch television or read books has been ridiculed by the profile of a magazine, which Twitter users have described as "the reason why old people hate millennials" .
Chris Lavish, 26, of New York, who described himself as a & # 39; Influencer and Digital Director & # 39; He gave an interview to The Cut in which he said he always wears big Gucci sunglasses because it is so invasive that someone looks you in the eye & # 39; .
He added: Like, who left you in my eyes? Who let you in?
Chris was interviewed on his way to MatchaBar, where he was handed a corporate card after constantly posting snapshots of his $ 15 CDB on Instagram, and said his slogan & # 39; Good Things Come To These Who Hustle & # 39 ; it's so me & # 39;
The tattoo fan described how he manages to relax the new inks and claims that making jokes about his ex on Instagram makes him look "authentic".
The interview was shared on Twitter by Brian Vu, who said: "This could be the worst thing I've read in a long time," and its publication has now attracted 14,000 "likes" from equally disgruntled commentators.
An interview with New York influencer Chris Lavish, 26, went viral after he talked about his hatred for people who looked him in the eyes and his love for lattes and tattoos from the CBD.
Chris attended the Hardware LND program at New York Fashion Week in September 2018. He admits that tattoos are his "therapy", since he does not drink, consume drugs or eat meat.
Chris admits to sticking to a vegan diet and can be seen in "all the green spots" around New York. It is probably not a surprise that the influencer is also a fan of millenium's favorite avocado toast.
"When older people talk about how much they hate millennials, this is what they are talking about," one explained.
Another said that reading the interview had made them feel they were 83 years old, while others simply took out the parts that had enraged them the most.
In the interview, Chris admitted that he does not watch television and recently threw away his set, and that he does not go to the theater or the cinema, nor does he read books, since all he does is "write emails and travel to work".
& # 39; I'm vegan and straight edge. Getting tattoos is how I relax. It's my therapy, "he explained.
Since its publication on Twitter, the interview with Chris has gone viral with 14,000 "likes", while disgruntled commentators reveal the parts that bothered them the most.
Straight edge refers to a movement that emerged in the early 1980s, in which followers abstain from using drugs, alcohol, caffeine and any other stimulant in response to the excesses of hardcore punk culture.
For some devotees this also extends to abstaining from casual sex and eating meat.
In fact, his Instagram biography says that he is: "Never under the influence". Always influencing & # 39;
Never out of service! Chris, photographed at the Newark airport, said he does not watch television, read or watch movies or play because he is always busy working and traveling.
Chris has earned more than 33,300 followers on Instagram, and has become something of a regular at high profile events, such as New York Fashion Week, where he is represented.
As an exit, Chris joins his already extensive tattoo collection, and admits he tells his artist everything in the same way he would a therapist.
He said the tattoo artist knows more about him than the ex-girlfriend he broke up with a year ago.
However, some Twitter users questioned this logic with a comment: maybe if he spent as much time with his girlfriend as he did with his tattoo artist, they would not have finished. "
Chris takes a rare moment of rest on the beach during a work trip to Tulum, Mexico. In addition to being an influencer, he is also a Digital Director.