Son Of Texas Stand-Up Comic Finalist In Mullet Championship
Deep in the South Texas town of La Joya there lived a boy with an epic mullet, and an epic name.
Meet Epic Orta, son of the famous texas stand-up comic and friend of the Buzz Adams Morning Show Raymond Orta.
One of the funniest stand-up comics in Texas, Raymond made 'Prende la Vela' a household phrase for cowboy football fans everywhere.
Hailing from the South Texas Rio grande valley Raymond's big personality and flare for fashion and hairstyles obviously was passed down to his son.
You've already probably seen news coverage of the kid's mullet championship for 2022, and if you hadn't you're probably living under a rock, or without Wi-Fi.
Pictures of kids that have become viral sporting the classic business in the front party in the back haircut of the '80s.
And boy do these kids not disappoint. But why would kids get mullets?
According to their website at mulletchamp.com, "The relative ease of maintaining it makes it possible to keep up even without the existence of barbershops and hair salons, and the practicality makes it perhaps one of the oldest haircuts in human history."
Raymond's son Epic was running for the top 10 throughout the competition, but in the last few days he ran up the board to second place, barely missing out on the top spot by just a thousand votes.
Now, this mullet finalist is getting the recognition he deserves for his badass Kentucky waterfall.
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