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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo blessed Twitter nation with a comedic video starring actor Paul Rudd portraying a (not so) hip millennial. The "certified young person" released an original PSA about how cool it is to wear a mask during the health crisis.

Cuomo took to his feed on Monday night with a video that received major attention and laughter. Rudd urges viewers to wear a mask to help save lives and get the pandemic under control. The Ant-Man star is commonly known for being ageless and youthful in Hollywood. In the video, the 51-year-old plays on this joke and uses teenage lingo as a call to action to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Rudd shares:

"So fam...let's real talk. Masks? They're totally beast."

He goes on to joke:

"Yas queens like ourselves, we want to go to bars, we want to drink, hook up, do our TikToks – I get it.

After a montage of comedic monologues using props and dance moves, Rudd gets serious and emphasizes the importance of taking this pandemic seriously.

"It's not hard! People are dying . . . and it's preventable. Just wear a mask, I shouldn't have to make it fun. It's science!"

This video appeared on Good Morning America and Today Show with many of the hosts joining in on the laughter.

To learn more about the novel coronavirus pandemic, visit the CDC website.

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