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Paul Rudd jokes about his eternal youth, uses seriously illuminated jargon, but also begs millennials to wear masks for COVID-19 in a new PSA viral video.

“Yo, what, dogs. Paul Rudd here, actor and certified young man,” begins the seemingly ageless Ant-Man star in a video posted to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and on social media on First’s social media. We Feast on YouTube is “brought from the state of New York” and bears the state seal.

Calling Cuomo “his friend”, 51-year-old Rudd – with a hood, hat and headphones in New York and a skateboard – talks about how the governor was, just talks about how we, millennials, have to wear masks because , take this, obviously many of COVID have been passed down from us for millennia.

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“So Cuomes asks me, he’s like, ‘Paul, you have to help.’ What are you at 26? And I didn’t fix it. So, boy, let’s talk for real. Masks, they are completely a beast. So drag it into your DM and pull it. “

There is a reference in the video to the meme-like appearance of Rudd, made in the web series “Hot Ones” – host Sean Evans appears while he and Rudd eat hot wings with their masks – and Rudd explains how “masks protect you and your wet squad “until his older side came out.

“Just wear a mask. I don’t have to have fun!” exclaims Rudd. “It’s science! UGH!”

This latest video is part of Cuomo’s national “Mask Up America” ​​campaign, which also includes PSA, narrated by Rudd, Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro and others.

“This nation is still fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and young people are not immune to it,” Cuomo told the United States today. “We all have to do our part and wear a mask. We thank Paul Rudd for helping us spread this extremely important message and reach young people like him. “

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