You’re going to want to see what the title of this “beautiful boy” manga translates to.

The Trump family has been making lots of Japanese news recently, for the rumor that Ivanka Trump may become the next ambassador to Japan, and for Donald Trump’s granddaughter performing her own rendition of Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen.

But now we may have the strangest Trump-related Japanese news yet: Donald Trump’s youngest son Barron Trump is becoming a bishonen (“beautiful boy”) idol on the Japanese internet.

Here is the cover for his as-to-yet-be-written manga designed by Japanese manga artist Yuusuke Hori titled: “My loud, annoying dad is president, so the quiet unassuming life I wanted is completely over.” Chapter one is: “Also, my mom and sister are too sexy.”

▼ For those unaware, the image comes from Barron struggling to stay awake next to his father during his victory speech. To be fair, it was around 3:00 a.m.

Unfortunately the manga cover is only that at the moment – a cover. But given how popular just the cover has become, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a few fan pages get drawn up in the near future.

Here’s a sampling of a few other Barron-bishonen reactions from Japanese Twitter:

▼ “Barron is beautiful. Even when his dad was giving the victory speech that sounded like the end of the world, seeing him helped me get through it.”

“I thought Trump’s son Barron looked cute so I looked up
some pictures and he definitely has that sexy Slytherin vibe.”

“Trump’s son Barron is 10 years old and 170 centimeters (5 feet 7 inches) tall!
He so cute and handsome!”

▼ “Trump’s son is such a bishonen, and his name is even ‘Barron,’ so cool.”

And just in case you thought this was a few isolated Twitter users, they even compared the heights of the Trump family on Japanese TV, where everyone was very impressed with how tall Barron was for his age.

As if that weren’t enough, Barron Trump has his own Japanese fan account on Twitter too. Feel free to give it a follow if you like, whether you’re a fan of the boy yourself, or if you just want to see what kind of craziness his Japanese community will come up with next.

But if you’re not a fan, no worries! We’ve got you covered with hilarious Trump rubber masks, and if you’re really not a fan, the five steps to immigrate to Japan. Although with the way Japan seems to love the Trump family, that one may end up backfiring.

Source: Kaola
Featured image: Twitter/@holico_studio__