With a pancake on his dick.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are the subjects a new, in-depth feature at Rolling Stone that we don’t give enough of a shit about to read — but Dee Lockett at Vulture has pointed out for the betterment of the internet that one of the deep bits (heh, heh) in the profile is that Macklemore, real name Ben Haggerty, has an oil painting of Justin Bieber with a pancake on his dick hanging in his studio:

On the ground floor is a recording room with a ton of audio gear, a wall of guitars and racks of outlandish garments spouting sequins, fringe and feathers. “Those are Ben’s,” Lewis notes. There is a kitschy velvet painting of a bald eagle, an oil painting of Drake dancing and a transfixing rendition of a naked Justin Bieber with maple syrup pouring down his chest onto a pancake balanced on his boner.” Ben spent a lot of time buying weird stuff on Etsy,” Lewis says.

Lockett also did the intrepid work of tracking down the Etsy artist, Dan Lacey, whose store is beaming with fantastical portraits of different celebrities with pancakes, including Taylor Swift, Donald Trump and Gordon Ramsay, among others. For you Manchester United fans out there, Lacey has also painted a portrait of Sir Alex Ferguson riding a unicorn, which might be a nice addition to your home décor.

Macklemore, whose The Unruly Mess I’ve Made was released earlier this month, is no stranger to dick art. His breakout hit ‘Thrift Shop’ kicks off with the lyric: “Walk up to the club like / ‘What up, I got a big cock!'” despite the fact that in 2005 he released an album called The Language of My World, which included a track called ‘Penis Song’ where he lamented his inferior, um, size. This is also the album that has the original ‘White Privilege’ on it.

I don’t know, guys. Happy Friday!

Photography by: Etsy/Dan Lacey


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