Ryan Gosling honors late Viner with a bowl of cereal
Viner Ryan McHenry was able to upload one final Vine before he passed away, poking fun at Gosling one last time.
Hollywood actor Ryan Gosling on Tuesday dedicated a Vine to a popular social media user who had created the "Ryan Gosling eating cereal" vine.
The viner, Ryan McHenry, died on Saturday May 9, 2015 at the young age of 27 after a battle with bone cancer.
McHenry had created a series of Vines of himself “spoon feeding” cereal to videos of Ryan Goslings face. McHenry’s humorous Vines became an internet hit, having tens of millions of loops, according to BBC Newsbeat,
McHenry was able to upload one final Vine before he passed away, poking fun at Gosling one last time.
Gosling himself recognized the Vine during an interview with BBC Radio 1 and then humorously tweeted during a Twitter Q&A that, “I actually love cereal.”
McHenry then told Gosling during the Twitter Q&A, “I’m so sorry for making that meme. Will you forgive me?”
To which Gosling plainly answered with “No.”
But don’t be fooled, the exchange was friendly banter and after hearing of McHenry’s death, Gosling paid tribute to McHenry by posting a Vine of himself eating a bowl of cereal.
The tribute is fitting one was it comes almost a year after McHenry’s Vine captioned: “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal and I won’t stop making these vines until I personally get him to. That's a promise. #FeedRyanGosling”
Gosling posted on Twitter that “My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry’s family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way.”
Gosling has endeared himself to fans even more and McHenry finally got Ryan to eat his cereal.
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