The well-endowed man from the coronavirus prank text is popping up on all kinds of gear -- but since he's now dead, the guy who snapped the pic wants some dough to get in the right hands. You've probably fallen victim to it -- folks are sending friends messages offering crucial pandemic info, but the links all lead to this image of a black man with an anaconda. The prank's so popular, blogs are now selling his likeness on t-shirts. Walter tells us he took it around , and on the site, his subject went by the name, "Wood. Seems appropriate, but Walter says that's not his real name, and the guy died back in Now, Barstool Sports and other sites are selling merch with the model's face.
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Last week, I went down a rabbit hole in pursuit of a story : the proliferation of prank texts that appear to provide breaking news links on the COVID pandemic, only to open up to a photo of a beefy, naked Black man with a massive penis. I set out to find the well-endowed man to talk to him about his cult status during this time of crisis, only to find out he was a guy named Wood who had died several years ago. Emails, DMs, and endless memes poured in from people who had read the story and wanted to know more about the now-fabled Wood. A few even asked about donating to Wood's family. Like many of them, I felt unsatisfied with the story; it just didn't feel like a closed case. All I really knew about this man was that he had done a jerk-off video at some point in his life, and that he had died.
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We got some shit hanging down on us Ya'll don't believe it? White people the ones that made up the rumor. Ya know black people got some tremendous dicks
If you have no idea who this man is, then you and your friends keep your memeing wholesome. The man known as the guy with the huge penis has been sneaking his way into the sight of everyone in quarantine right now. It started with a fake school closing text due to the coronavirus, and has now blossomed into a new genre of memes. Whether you think the joke is funny or not, Wood is helping many people get through this tough time and he lives on as a Internet sensation.