Linkin Park frontman Mike Shinoda celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Hybrid Theory by making a question and answer session on Twitter and revealed how Chester Bennington got trolled by a photographer.
While celebrating the special day of the band, a fan named Janea shared a unique and rare-known photo of the band. Afterward, she asked what Mike really thinks about this picture.
In the picture, you can see that all of the members were posing like a normal person for the camera during the photoshoot session. However, Chester was looking weird with his pose. He was opening his legs and looking so bizarre.
Mike responded to this question and revealed what really happened. He stated that the photographer asked Chester to be lowered, and that’s why Chester posed weirdly in the picture.
But, Chester knew that it is so awkward to stand like that and shared his concerns with the photographer. Although the photographer said that he will cut the bottom part of the picture, he trolled Chester by sharing it without cropping it.
Here is what Mike Shinoda said:
“Tag your questions #HybridTheory20. I’ll look there.”
A fan named Janea asked:
“What’s your feelings during photo shoots? I know they make me anxious…”
Mike Shinoda replied:
“This photo is infamous–the photographer told Chester he needed to be ‘lower’ and CB said it felt awkward to stand like that.
The photographer said ‘don’t worry, I’m going to crop out the bottom.‘ And then he didn’t.”
You can read the tweet below.
This photo is infamous–the photographer told Chester he needed to be "lower" and CB said it felt awkward to stand like that. The photographer said "don't worry, I'm going to crop out the bottom." And then he didn't #HybridTheory20 https://t.co/QqVHls3j6b
— Mike Shinoda (@mikeshinoda) October 9, 2020