Actor David Spade, best known for his comedic roles in the well-known features, took to his verified Instagram account the other day so as to release the hilarious “art piece” in which one of his photographs was used.
As fans might remember, a couple of years ago, the said art piece, a mural painted to pay tribute to rock legend Kurt Kobain, spread through social media and became a subject of the news because Spade’s face is used instead of Cobain’s.
On July 2, Spade shared a photo of the mural, which is a work of Australian graffiti artist Lushsux, and added the following message as a caption:
“I think this is going around again. The picture of me on a building in Austria by an artist.”
He continued his message by pointing out the quote that reads: “It’s better to burn out than fade away:”
He says its Kurt Cobain the quote is wrong also. Its from neil young (I think). It’s kind of funny and meant to be confusing.”
As soon as the actor, who previously appeared in films including ‘Tommy Boy,’ ‘Black Sheep,’ ‘Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star,’ ‘The Benchwarmers,’ and ‘The Ridiculous 6,’, shared the post, his industry friends left the following comments:
“You’re my hero” wrote, football wide receiver Julian Edelman.
“The best” added, Hilary Duff’s husband Matthew Koma.