OG Magnum — born Bruce Ryan — is just downright likable. Though he lives in Tallahassee now, Ryan grew up near Fort Lauderdale before joining the military and going to college. But now he's better known as OG Magnum, the white-haired, tattooed, earring-wearing old dude who went viral after he was filmed dancing to trap-rap at a Florida gas station. Ryan, whose stage name comes from the modded-out Dodge Magnum he drives, runs the Florida Custom Car Association — and truly seems to love everything about hip-hop and custom-car culture. (He even once appeared in a music video with Plies and Kodak Black.) But now that he's gone viral, he's committed to using his social media fame for good: During the 2019 legislative session, Ryan lobbied state lawmakers to legalize "underbody" car lights to prevent cops from pulling over (mostly black and brown) drivers for, in his words, "bullshit reasons." Thanks to his work, the bill passed through the Florida Legislature this year.