It would appear that Nick is taking a page from Taylor Swift’s book, from the chapter entitled “Sidewalk Fashion Shows for Self-Promotion.”
That’s all well and good. We support his efforts for gender equality in the realm of merchandise modeling and attention-whoring. And for the most part, we applaud his parade o’ fashion. He’s putting the effort in and, like Taylor, seems to be playing a succession of parts for the benefit of the paps. Today, he’s modeling his version of Cab Driver Drag and that works just fine. But we sense a distressing lack of preparedness in the props situation. Tay has her many empty bags and traumatized pets to dangle off her harm as she sashays down the streets of New York City. All Nick has managed is an empty coffee cup and a sad little water bottle. Nick, you’re not thinking this through. What this look needed was a 2000-dollar gym bag and a pair of boxing gloves dangling off your neck. Maybe even a mouthguard and taped hands. You’ve really got to commit to these things. You don’t see Tay half-assing her princess schtick, do you? If the schtick is “tough guy,” then let’s see you sell it, son.
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