Ninja Impersonator Gets Into An All-Celeb NBA Game
It's fair to say that Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is one of the most recognisable people on the planet, with his immense global fanbase and distinctive electric-blue hair.
With a literal sea atop of his head, Ninja is not only recognised in the gaming sphere but as a global content creator, thanks to collaborations with the likes of Drake and partnerships with Adidas. The latter had the Fortnite sensation appearing alongside music legend Pharrel Williams, Tennis superstar Serena Williams, football phenomenon Paul Pogba, and many other world-famous faces.
Amid the global pandemic, and the reopening of the world being a result of mass mask-wearing, one savvy blue-haired man has been able to kid the authorities and security to get behind the scenes and meet a range of famous celebrities claiming that he is Ninja.
Nick Wold, the lead vocalist of 'Dreamers' (who recently released a single with All Time Low), has used his azure waves and the mystery of a mask to impersonate Ninja.
Ninja Impersonator Gets Into All-Star NBA Game
The first of his tricks saw Wold sneak into an all-star NBA game, filled with A-list celebrities. Having not even been ID checked at the doors with such a renowned hairstyle being his ticket in, Wold was also able to hoodwink security and the celebs, getting to meet a variety of rappers and other personalities on the court.
Music artists such as Jason Derulo, Chris Brown, and Tyga were all in the arena, alongside some of the NBA's biggest names.
Wold was able to go through the event without being caught, leading him to try again elsewhere.
Ninja Impersonator Also Gets Into VIP Party
The guitarist was also able to get access to one of Los Angeles most private bars, Saddle Ranch, by impersonating Ninja.
After hiring his own driver and tipping off the paparazzi, 'Ninja' was met with flash photography and a range of excited fans and families.
Saddle Ranch's manager arranged security, a process for the Ninja impersonator to sign autographs, and even gave his group a free meal.
The Ninja impersonator, again, failed to be unmasked and caught, enjoying another night as a famous Fortnite fanatic and getting the red carpet treatment.
Ninja himself has now identified his own impersonator, tweeting "Crazy I don’t remember going to this game" with a link to the TikTok.
With masks being a pivotal part to remaining safe in the next few weeks and months, maybe Ninja's tweet might prompt security to be extra careful at these exclusive bars and events.
Image via Dreamers