While fans of the HBO show Euphoria wait for season two, people got a glimpse of Angus Cloud in real life, and he's not too much different from his show character, Fez.
In a clip from Adult Swim's The Perfect Women which was posted to Twitter on Tuesday, a trying-way-too-hard Megan Koester called herself asking Cloud whether he was high.
She did so in the tragic form of "you poke a little smot tonight?"
is this interviewer crazy. pic.twitter.com/RQ8w7W4N0x— sarah (@khalesus) December 3, 2019
Just like the rest of us, we assumed she was asking Cloud if he'd blown down some trees.
To her question, Cloud replied, "I smoked some weed if that's what you're trying to ask."
And if things couldn't get any more awkward, she tried to dap the Euphoria star up with her left hand. Clearly not impressed, Cloud told her he didn't "do left hands."
He then tried to explain why shaking with your left hand isn't acceptable in his book but couldn't quite find the words. Twitter, however, wasted no time pointing out Koester and her unseasoned gesture.
Angus Cloud is from the hood, man lmao. You cannot try to dap that man up with a left.— Sister Night (@D0MXNXQUE) December 4, 2019
Attempting to figure out what the interview was even about and why she felt that comfortable to ask the actor about his recreational activities, Twitter folks had a lot to say.
One question on some people's mind was trying to figure if the interview was an unaired episode of Euphoria because of the proximity between Cloud's persona and his character Fez.
what euphoria episode is this?— ˚✧₊⁎ 𝔇 ⁎⁺˳✧༚ (@vanidosaladiosa) December 4, 2019
Dude wasn't even acting in Euphoria, he is like this IRL. How couldn't you tell lol— 🇩🇪 germanhenry (@germ4nhenry) December 4, 2019
Despite approaching Cloud and using her white privilege card to play on Black stereotypes during the interview, she made it clear she wasn't under the influence of drugs.
ik they're both white but why does it feel like she's being racist to angus 😭 https://t.co/GPjsZGuw2c— fka 🌹 (@dayaspsychic) December 3, 2019
Right? Like I don't know exactly how it's racist but it absolutely is.— 𝐒𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐬𝐤𝐢 𝐂. (@crackdaya) December 3, 2019
Good question. That's not racism, she's just socially awkward in a really patronizing, copy-cat sort of way that is reminiscent of how white people mimic black people. 🤷♀️— CFO of a top financial company (@averygrrl) December 4, 2019
people in the replies/qrt'ing saying this was kamala trying to relate to black voters byeeee— fka 🌹 (@dayaspsychic) December 4, 2019
It's unclear if Koester and the other two ladies knew Cloud was an actor before interviewing him.