The man behind the meme lives very well.
Content creator Seth Phillips, best known for being the face of his 8 million strong followers man with sign An Instagram account showcases the inside of his New York home.
From Caleb Simpson — The influencer who brought the man to the internet people living in ambulanceFormer Coin Laundry currently in use Tour a $3,000/month unit shared by women as a one-bedroom home her pet possum When look inside The Penthouse of a “Shark Tank” Investor — Take a peek into the residence of a man who regularly goes viral for holding clever cardboard messages.
‘I feel like I’ve been ganged,’ says Phillips Beginning of videoIronically, it has a sign that reads, “Stop letting video bloggers into your home.”
Simpson then admits to visiting Phillips’ sunny apartment and paying just under $6,000 a month. Location not disclosed.
Detailed highlights include a basketball being used as a planter, an NBA Jam arcade game that Phillips says is “great for between phone calls,” a preconfigured chessboard, and his flashy cardboard sign. There are closets and more that are full of.
“We have a billion likes in this closet,” Simpson says of the viral content storage space.Indeed, Phillips and Jerry Media’s Elliot Tebele (famous for @f***jerry) was the first Started cardboard signs In October 2019, the concept went viral online and on the streets.
Other notable tour moments include Simpson calling Phillips about the amount of empty shelves on one wall unit (“There’s literally nothing on the shelves over there. That’s what you is thinking, isn’t it?”). Simpson rates the comfort of the bed as a 9 out of 10.
“Your apartment feels like something out of the movie ‘Big,'” Simpson concludes of the general feel of the apartment.