T.I. posted a picture from 'Roots' and Black Twitter meme'd him into the 1800s
His facial expression alone made this the perfect meme.
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"You can stay off of this plantation or catch these hands"
"Aye Be clear, this my daddy farm. I been runnin' things since I was fihhhteen" pic.twitter.com/AQEvnRtgpZ— will (@WillFaded_) May 10, 2016
Dih my daddy plantation pic.twitter.com/l5VWt3nYyb — Ky. (@KyMalibu) May 10, 2016
Plot twist: this is the art for his single "Rubber Band Man from the Civil War."
who I be? rubber band man, wild as Ulysses S. Grant, 9 in my right, musket in my other hand pic.twitter.com/T5aLFRQcUo— Rikky! Rikki! Rikkè! (@rwxoxo) May 10, 2016
*Prays that these lines get written into the script*
"I am extremely perturbed by the allegations that I am not wholeheartedly commited to the Union and their ideology" pic.twitter.com/Eq79n9AU4r — нarry вelaғcĸdyoвтcн (@HitDaBoogieZ) May 10, 2016
"Say bruh, our adversary is coming within our proximity. It would be advantageous for us to begin preparation". pic.twitter.com/qzScZjPFzE— Reek (@Eyeduzdis) May 10, 2016
We NEED $100-word T.I. to philosophize on this, for the culture.
"I find it perplexing to ascertain as to why we are currently engaged in military warfare." pic.twitter.com/eA4TnYnCZR — Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) May 10, 2016
Right after he lets that durag go...
Y'all do realize there's a durag under that cap right pic.twitter.com/mcULxCWz1Q— Doc Savage (@SoloChills) May 10, 2016