The internet responds to Flume’s viral ass eating video at Burning Man
Flume was the top trending topic on global search engines this past weekend after a video went viral of the Aussie DJ/producer plunging his face into his girlfriend’s rear end. The act went down during his set at Burning Man when a group of attendees held up a totem reading, “Does Flume even eat ass?”
The video was posted by Flume’s rumored girlfriend, Paige Elkington, on her Instagram stories. It has since been deleted, though you can find it on the r/Flume subreddit. Of course, the alleged “sex act” isn’t the most radical thing to happen at Burning Man, a gathering which hosts orgy tents and free love. However, the video surfacing didn’t go over so well with certain Burning Man purists who discourage the use of video and photos while out on the playa.
“[Flume] gave us two thumbs up when we saw the sign so we wrote “Prove it,” the owner of the totem, Ambor Mercy, told the Daily Mail. “He did not disappoint and did it. We also got him to take off his shirt. It was all in good fun and everyone who was there to see him was loving it.”
The internet, of course, went crazy with reactions and here is a selection of some of our favorites.
Burners: Does Flume even eat ass?
— Doyers Champ (@iLikeKev) September 2, 2019
Crazy that Flume invented future bass AND eating ass, truly a visionary
— ʟᴜᴄᴀ ʟᴜsʜ (@LUCALUSH) September 2, 2019
Flume is out here eatin ass on stage while I try to work up the courage to tell the restaurant lady that she messed up my order
— BLUNTS & BLONDES (@bluntsnblondes) September 3, 2019
*Flume eating ass*
Burners: “Burning man is ruined”
Also Burning man: pic.twitter.com/VSUCMszL84
— PVJAMVS 🧱 (@PVJAMVS) September 2, 2019
djing is so hard nowadays
if you wanna top flume, you probably have to eat your own ass after you do a backflip while dropping 3 tracks simultaneously
who gonna do it
— josh pan (@joshpan) September 3, 2019
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