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Before this week, Flume was an Aussie artist that had produced hits like 'Never Be Like You', 'Drop the Game' and 'Holdin On'
However, a little video of him at the Burning Man festival in Nevada went unbelievably viral on social media, changing his celebrity status everywhere. After last weekend, Flume was known as the ass eater.
Flume, real name Harley Edward Streten, was DJing at the event in the desert when he spotted a person holding a sign that said: "Does Flume even eat ass."
Now, while peer pressure can be a hell of a thing, most people would agree not to bow to that on stage in front of loads of people.
However Flume must've thought 'what happens at Burning Man, stays at Burning Man' and decided to get intimate with his girlfriend's poo chute.
It was described by festival goers as a sex act that only lasted a few seconds, however video of the moment was quickly uploaded to social media and Flume began trending on social media.
Let's be clear, it was the woman on all fours who uploaded the video to her channels before quickly deleting it. But we all know that once it's up there then it's nearly impossible to get down.
Most people logging onto Twitter must have thought the musician dropped a new album, song or said something controversial. You can bet the majority were not expecting to find out why the Aussie artist was trending so much.
Well, it looks like the whole incident has left Flume a little red-faced and he's uploaded a picture to social media of him eating a peach (very suggestive Harley) with the caption: "It was a joke (sorry mum)."
You can only imagine him getting out of the desert and having a few missed phone calls from the mother and maybe a message or two that read: "Call me, immediately. Not happy Jan."
The woman behind the sign that asked whether Flume 'eats ass' has revealed what happened that night.
Speaking to Perth Now, Ambor Mercy said: "We had been using the whiteboard to write funny notes to DJs all week, we had initially written on the white board 'Do you think Flume eats ass' as a joke.
"We had a few flash lights that we were pointing towards the whiteboard so he could read it. He gave us two thumbs up when we saw the sign so we wrote 'Prove it'. He did not disappoint, and did it."
And the rest they say is history.
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