The controversial entertainer who is known for his unusual lifestyle and his political views also shared a picture that was taken in 1976.
The picture came with an interesting caption that could be interpreted to mean life was better back then.
I couldn't come up with a way to rephrase the message so you will have to read it in his own words below:
"Memories are made of this. The year 1976. When the world was not as wicked. When young people were filled with big dreams. When Charly Boy was just a man." - Source Charly Boy on Twitter.
Here is the photo from 45 years ago that was shared by him:
Charly Boy is no longer a young man now. He is currently 70 years old which means that the photo was taken when he was in his 20s. He was born on the 19th of June 1950, according to Wikipedia sources.
I was born then but it seems life must have been very good in the 70s. This is not the first time I am seeing an old man use the phrase "the good old days" when talking about the past.
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