Mark Zuckerberg wishes America a happy birthday while surfing in a suit with beer and flag in hand

Mark Zuckerberg wishes America a happy birthday while surfing in a suit with beer and flag in hand
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  • Happy Fourth of July! Mark Zuckerberg is back on his hydrofoil. 
  • The Meta CEO posted a video to Facebook and Instagram with the caption: “Happy birthday, America!”
  • Don’t worry, he didn’t forget his chain.

Ah, yes, our favorite 4th of July tradition: Mark Zuckerberg‘s America-loving post.

This year, he’s back surfing while waving the American Flag, sipping a can of beer, and wearing a tux — oh, and don’t forget the latest Zuck staple, a chain necklace.

It looks like is also wearing a pair of Meta Ray-Bans, one of the company’s wearable tech products it’s been pushing heavily.

The Meta CEO regularly posts a message to followers on the holiday. In years past, he’s posted a picture of him “smoking these meats” like or surfing on a hydrofoil.

To complete this year’s July 4th stunt, Zuckerberg topped off his video with Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA” playing on the reel.

In the comments, he also gave a preview for his next potential look — growing out a mullet — and commented about getting active months after recovering from an ACL tear.

“Pure 8 month post-recovery surfing with a dry start right here,” Zuckerberg wrote.

The new style is a far cry from Zuckerberg’s infamous sunscreen look, where he smeared his face in what he said was an attempt to dodge the paparazzi. It didn’t work — and went viral.

My one question is, where is the Threads post?

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