While you might not know his name, you will certainly have seen his viral video.
Chris Crocker became an internet sensation back in 2007 for his 'Leave Britney Alone' video, which has since been viewed many, many millions of times.
In the now infamous video, the 33-year-old called out the singer's haters and critics, demanding they give her the respect she deserved and let her get on with her life.
Well, 14-years on from that, and Crocker has, as many have in recent years, actually, turned to the world of OnlyFans, becoming something of a star.
For reasons I'm sure you will understand, we can't exactly show you what he has been getting up to, but if you're really interested, you can always look him up on Twitter.
Unless you're in the office, in which case, probably not a wise idea.
Recently, Crocker opened up about the abuse he received in the years after his Britney video went viral.
He hit back at his trolls, pointing out that when journalist Michael Moore defended Spears, 'no one batted an eyelash'.
Crocker went on to say the reason no one took the video seriously at the time was because it starred a 'gender-bending teenager', and he called the response 'transphobic'.
The statement read: "Me saying Leave Britney Alone was never really the issue.
"Michael Moore said it and no one batted an eyelash.
"Maybe people reaching out to tell me, 'Chris, you were right' would feel good, if I knew that people could unpack that the reason no one took me serious was because I was a gender-bending teenager and the reaction to me was transphobic.
"When I said it, I had to fear for my life. Death threats were sent to my grandmother's house.
"I was already living in the south as a gender-bending teenager with no money or ways of feeling protected.
"The hate was also directed towards me by other LGBT people. Not just verbal but physical attacks were made towards me at gay bars and out in the streets.
"(By LGBT people who were embarrassed of me because of the way the media made fun of me. Which made them feel I gave them a bad name.)
"This was during a pre-Drag Race time, before everyone and their mom was saying 'Yass queen!'.
"It was a time of only embracing the heteronormative people in media.
"I hope not only Britney gets the freedom she deserves but that Femme queer people are not tortured in the media when showcasing humanity."