Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently posted a visually stunning, caustic commentary on Kim Kardashian's Paper Magazine cover, whereby the boxing legend sits on his bed like a twitterpated seven-year-old and watches nine women jiggle their asses. It's as if he's saying, "Are we this vapid as a society that our most precious creation -- the internet -- can simply break because of our neolithic fixation on large poomakers?" Bravo, Mayweather. Bravo.
Also, we found the sepia tone -- often used in Six Flags wild west photo kiosks -- to be a stinging commentary on the practice of distorting reality in order to mask one's imperfections. Once again, there are so many layers here.
Then there's the caption, which embodies the sexual angst of both the artist and pop culture at large. "If GOD made anything better than a woman, I don't want it." Brilliant. Is he saying he doesn't want "GOD" if He made something better than a woman? Is he saying he doesn't want something better than a woman despite acknowledging that it would, in fact, be objectively better? Or is he asking why would a higher being -- that created the entire universe and everything in it -- make a person so simple that they could be blind to the possibility that there is something out there more fulfilling than massive, anatomically impossible, surgically enhanced butts? It's almost as if he's directly asking "GOD" if he even exists -- or if he's already killed himself because of how horribly he failed when he made the creatures who eventually developed the Las Vegas strip. Wow. This man has a gift for insight.
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