Rami Malek, star of the still amazing "Mr. Robot," was on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" last night, and -- while on the show -- Stephen got Rami to post his first Instagram photo. It's not like Rami didn't have Instagram. He had more than 95,000 followers, just nothing for them to look at. So Stephen forced the issue, breaking out a selfie stick so they could take the first photo.

Now that photo is the one-and-only post on Rami's page (which currently has more than 102,000 followers):

The day @colbertlateshow hacked my Instagram

A photo posted by @ramimalek on

Colbert is running the new fsociety! You should watch the full 7-minute video below to hear Rami talk about his lack of typing skills and other aspects of the show -- including some fan mail he joked he had to refer back to the CIA -- before they take the photo.

Rami said he's not crazy about social media, since it's "polarizing" and "it pits people against each other." But he was willing to "feed the beast" and allow Stephen to help him give the people what they want, i.e., at least one Instagram photo.

The neck-craning with the selfie stick is hilarious, so you should watch the interview just for that:Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook.

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