man walks through downtown disney with mask off of nose, takes it off entirely when asked to wear it properly

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TikTok star Magic Trick Mike won’t wear his mask over his nose at Disney

'Minding my own business.'

Sep 9, 2020, 11:04 am*

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Kahron Spearman

A TikTok star, Magic Trick Mike, claiming to be “minding my own business,” shot a video of him wearing his mask incorrectly at Disneyland in California.

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Clark is TikTok-famous as @magictrickmike, where you can find him, you guessed it, doing magic tricks. In the video's caption, which made it to Reddit, Clark wrote: "She legit ran after me😂 #mask #covid #DidYouKnow #disneyland #rebel."

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Shot by an unknown accomplice, Clark purposefully wore his mask with his nose out, which is out of compliance at Disney locations. Masks are required at all Disney parks and resorts.

"Downtown Disney, minding my business," it says in the overlay as he walks the park. Then, predictably, a Disneyland employee soon approached Clark and asked him to put the mask over his nose. 

Instead of merely obliging the employee and respecting other Disneyland goers, he flips the masks over his forehead, finishing in slo-mo with the web-designated "thug" music, an excerpt from Dr. Dre's "The Next Episode."

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Of course, redditors weren't pleased with the apparent stunt from "Magic Trick Mike."

u/Jebuz23 wrote: "Yeah 'minding my own business' when you're flagrantly breaking rules doesn't really apply... Here I am minding my own business and [walks into movie theater] they had the audacity to stop me and ask me for my ticket."

"It's appropriate that he came to Disney since he wants to act like a fucking child," commented u/RPU27.

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"Absolutely DO NOT do this. Have some decency and respect," tweeted @BigD923. "That cast member was simply doing her job. Masks are a requirement at all Disney Parks and Resorts. Joke or not this simply is not cool. Wear a mask or just don't go."


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*First Published: Sep 9, 2020, 10:55 am