Roommates, the Cuomo brothers continue to entertain us during the quarantine with their hilarious interviews filled with sibling rivalry. In the latest team up between the two, little brother Chris Cuomo roasted his big brother Andrew about his COVID-19 test—specifically the size of his nose.
Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, recently took a coronavirus test on live TV to show other New Yorker residents just “how fast and easy it is” and also to “demonstrate why there should be no reluctance.” Unfortunately, his brother Chris Cuomo just couldn’t let him live and took the opportunity to hilariously shade him about his nose.
Chris asked Andrew, “Is it true that when you were having the test administered, you inhaled and the doctor’s finger went all the way up your nose and got stuck and had to be released with a tool?”
On cue, Andrew replied to his little brother with, “No, she wanted to comment that I have a little button nose and she was afraid the swab would actually hurt because it extended my nasal cavity. She was speaking about the delicacy of the nose.”
That’s when Chris Cuomo went for the visual shade when he held up two oversized test swabs in comparison to the actual size as a means to call out Andrew’s nose, while saying:
“Is it true that this was the swab that the nurse was actually using on you and that at first it went into your nose and disappeared so that, in scale, this was the actual swab that was being used to fit up that double barrel shotgun that you have mounted on the front of your pretty face?”
Andrew couldn’t stop laughing about the good-natured joking from his brother and managed to say:
“See? I said I was going to be nice, and sweet and cooperative. I was trying very hard. You know? First, I thought I did so well on that nasal test standing up there. She did the swab; I did not flinch. I was a cool dude in a loose mood. [I] didn’t move, anything; I was happy.”
We don’t know if we’ll ever get tired of seeing these two go at each other!
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