The album artwork for Nirvana’s Nevermind has been recreated to mark the 25th anniversary of its release, with original photographer John Chapple and original baby Spencer Eden teaming up once again after more than a quarter of a century
However, Eden — who appears to no longer be a baby — has come under scrutiny for allegedly not paying homage to the original image by failing to reveal his penis.
”Frankly, it’s an insult to their legacy” said Nirvana historian Sarah-Belle Palsy. “The failure of Eden to not authentically recreate the image by showing his penis shows how little he really cares about keeping the spirit of Nirvana alive”.
”Obviously, I’m not trying to say that perhaps he still has a tiny baby penis and that’s why he’s reluctant to reveal it — although, I can’t definitively say that he doesn’t have a little baby penis, either.” continued Palsy.
However, it’s now been revealed through reports by The New York Post that Eden did want to do it naked, but photographer John Chapple said he thought it would be “weird”.
”I said to the photographer, ‘Let’s do it naked.’ But he said that would be weird, so I wore my swim shorts.” said Eden.
Chapple has since copped serious backlash from fans across the globe, with many accusing the photographer of having a preference for baby penis, but here at IPHYB we refuse to propagate outlandish theories such as that.
Nirvana are best known as Dave Grohl’s band before the far-superior Foo Fighters, whose mainstream success came to a tragic end in 1994 when singer Kurt Cobain obliterated his melon with a shotgun because they weren’t The Pixies.
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