As a piece of music and as a video, “White Boy Summer” is an interesting kaleidoscope of cultural appropriation. In the video, Hanx dances with a series of females, bouncing his head off their asses. He notes that “white women love Madonna”?
In more major news, TMZ reports Chet Hanxs ex is now suing him for $1 million, declaring physical abuse. Hanxs attorneys deny the charges.
Rather than backtracking, however, Hanx steered right into it, offering “White Boy Summer” merch that looks slightly white power-ish. Today, Hanx has actually launched a new song about the white young boy summer that, he insists, is about to occur.
Maybe youre familiar with Chet Hanx, the rapping son of screen icon Tom Hanks. A years back, when he was still a college student who used the name “Chet Haze,” Hanx was a huge Videogum favorite. A year earlier, Hanx was the man who revealed to the world that his parents had coronavirus. Right now, Hanx is mostly understood for the three-word expression “White Boy Summer.” On Instagram a number of weeks back, Hanx revealed to the world, “I just got this feeling, guy, that this summer season, its about to be a white boy summer.”
On Instagram a couple of weeks back, Hanx announced to the world, “I simply got this feeling, man, that this summer, its about to be a white young boy summertime.”
That clip immediately went viral for its remarkable levels of cluelessness– for blissfully overlooking the idea that its generally been a white kid summer every summer for thousands of years. (Hanx clarified that hes “not discussing Trump, you understand, NASCAR-type white,” which is valuable.) Rather than backtracking, however, Hanx steered right into it, selling “White Boy Summer” merch that looks slightly white power-ish. Today, Hanx has actually released a brand-new tune about the white kid summertime that, he insists, will happen.