Mark Zuckerberg wears a tuxedo in the July 4 surfing video while holding beer and the US flag

It's Mark Zuckerberg's world and we all live in it.

The billionaire Facebook founder posted an Independence Day video showing him wearing a tuxedo with a dresser in one hand and an American flag in the other – while surfing and Bruce Springsteen's 1984 hit “Born in the USA” plays in the background.

The viral post generated more than 173,000 likes and 7,000 comments by Thursday afternoon.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a video on Thursday. Instagram / @smiley_girl
He is seen surfing off the coast of Hawaii with an American flag. Instagram / @smiley_girl

“Happy birthday, America,” Zuckerberg wrote in the caption, adding an emoji of a US flag.

Judging by the reaction on social media, Zuckerberg has more than made up for a similar video he posted three years ago, in which he was seen surfing off the coast of Hawaii while John Denver listened to “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”

While the 2021 version was widely derided, Thursday's video garnered much praise for “the Zuck,” who has spent the past few years trying to shed the image of the stiff, awkward techie and instead transform himself into a fun-loving, personable jujitsu-training guy with facial hair and a necklace.

In 2021, Zuckerberg released a similar video that sparked an even more negative reaction online. Instagram / @smiley_girl

“I hate to admit it, but Mark Zuckerberg has a lot of confidence,” wrote one X user in response to Thursday's video.

Another commenter wrote: “I don't hate this.”

“This is really epic of him,” wrote another X user, adding an American flag emoji.

“This guy’s rebranding is something special,” noted another commenter on X.

Zuckerberg has improved his image in recent years after being known as an awkward, stiff tech nerd. Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

“The PR team rehabilitating Zuck continues their winning streak,” added another X user.

Zuckerberg has plenty of reasons to sit back – $181 billion, to be exact. He is the fourth-richest person, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, which estimated his net worth at $181 billion on Thursday.

Since January 1, his net worth has increased by another $53.1 billion thanks to the performance of his company's stocks.

Meta shares have risen nearly 50% since Jan. 1 as the company has aggressively repositioned its artificial intelligence business while continuing to dominate the digital advertising market.

Last year, Meta's share price tripled after Zuckerberg initiated cost-cutting measures such as layoffs and the elimination of middle management positions in an effort to streamline operations – a move aimed at making 2023 the “year of efficiency.”

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