Straight and Farrow
Ronan Farrow throws some Father’s Day chin music
Last we caught up with Ronan Farrow—son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow—he was busy becoming the subject of arguably the greatest Scroll post of all-time. Okay, he was also being awarded a Rhodes Scholarship after having graduated college at 15, Yale Law School at 21, and having done some seriously impressive humanitarian work in between writing and working for the State Department.
But the world fell in love with Ronan all over again following a tweet he sent out this weekend:
“Happy father’s day— or as they call it in my family, happy brother-in-law’s day,” Ronan tweeted Sunday.
This, of course, was a reference to his father’s infamous dalliance with Soon-Yi Previn, Mia Farrow’s adopted daughter. Mia Farrow retweeted her son’s words out into the ether, adding the comment “Boom.”
I leave to you anonymous creepers in the commentariat to give the best Woody Allen-esque reply. 140 characters or less. Winner gets a Nextbook prize.
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