WFWF.com -- A Message from Mak Cross Mar 24, 2018 2:18:12 GMT -5
Post by TCM on Mar 24, 2018 2:18:12 GMT -5
A video begins to play, taken from a smartphone. All we see for the first few seconds is an up close perspective on what looks to be a brick wall as honking horns, barely intelligble conversation and other evidence of life is overheard in the background. Suddenly, the phone is picked up by an unknown filmer and they adjust the focus of the lens, having lost the original setting upon its moving.
Once fixed, the figure moves backward still aiming the camera at the brick wall, where a message written along it comes into frame. The message was written in black spray paint, a hastily done act of graffiti judging by how much some of the letters are bleeding. Once the figure has fully paned back with the camera, the message reads:
("It's not a comeback, I'm just getting my spot back")
After the camera stays on the wall for a few more seconds, the perspective shifts to the front-facing camera, but it's once again blurry. The figure adjusts the lens once more to make itself clearer: Mak Cross, wearing a black hoodie with its hood up over his head. He says "See you soon," before aiming the spray paint nozzle at the lens before blinding it with the spray paint, the video cutting off just as its fully engulfed.