We've previously expressed just how heavily 2018 has weighed on our spirit and how desperate we've been to find joy in the simple things. That's why we have yet another weekly tweet roundup for you! Nothing opened our eyes wider to the fact 2018 has felt like several years than being reminded that Black Panther premiered in February of this year. Doesn't it feel like we've had this glorious movie in our lives for at least a couple of years? Black Panther came out THIS year. That's how long the year has been😂💔— boitumelo (@tumilediga) October 15, 2018If you're hungry for more of the joyful entertainment Black Panther provided, check out this father giving his child a whole amusement park experience in the comfort of their living room:Because everything sucks, please enjoy this dad making a roller coaster out of a laundry basket. pic.twitter.com/dULYjvRJtC— Randi Mayem Singer (@rmayemsinger) October 13, 2018We hope that kid enjoys that pure joy while they can because adulting comes with bills. One Twitter user pointed out a part of bill-paying that is too true. We are just trying to hear that the payment went through; thanks, girl. On to the next stressor. “Your payment has been processed and accepted. Your confirmation number is 432-“ pic.twitter.com/YvxK2hqiCS— Reef 🇵🇦🐎 (@NSR_03) October 13, 2018When it comes to making that paper, the following woman's motto is "by any means necessary." We get it, sis, but why would you admit this on television?IM CRYINGG WHAT POSSESSED HER TO SAY THIS ON NATIONAL TELEVISION pic.twitter.com/8p2TNWLmKs— roach 🎃🕷️ (@a_roach06) October 13, 2018While we're on the topic of people saying things in the wrong forum, can we note no one has ever said, "We need your advice on hip-hop icons, Tanner!"your name is tanner https://t.co/pVVIYwZq8Z— Chris (@108mics) October 15, 2018Speaking of whiteness, @FredTJoseph pointed out having a Sorry to Bother You white voice doesn't always help in corporate America. I still can’t believe Rachel Dolezal got a Netflix special for being white and pretending to be Black and my Black ass been white on all my phone interviews and I can’t even get a job. pic.twitter.com/jjyMJCUoT5— Frederick Joseph 🍂🧟♂️🎃 (@FredTJoseph) October 16, 2018If you ever hear this question, you know it is time for you to go. The person asking doesn't care about your plans, as long as they don't involve going somewhere else: If you're at a Black person's house and they ask "What chu about to do?" They just politely asked you to leave— Cousin (@Struzo79) October 11, 2018The pressure is on when someone asks you to watch their stuff. Don't you feel like you've been assigned the greatest mission ever?when a random stranger asks me to watch their stuff for them pic.twitter.com/nOnsOpZX2o— Babyface Killah🗡 (@foxybrownstan) October 14, 2018We've all texted the wrong number at least once, but can you imagine getting this dope response? It's destiny. Someone texted the wrong number... I couldn’t help myself. pic.twitter.com/xUG7drRYo1— J-Rock (@_airJordans_) October 16, 2018Speaking of on-point references, we stan a teacher who knows how to drop knowledge and fun memes at the same damn time.I love grading with my new stickers! pic.twitter.com/4K66qQblSJ— ainee f. (@axfxq) October 17, 2018A man who becomes memes with ease reminded us why he is the best person ever.So Marshawn Lynch just walked into the cafe I’m in and says “y’all got sandwiches and shit?” and I rarely love black people more than when he opens his mouth— zoé samudzi (@ztsamudzi) October 18, 2018Since we on the sports tip, why is it y'all still haven't gotten your foot off of Kawhi Leonard's laugh? This Twitter user decided to honor the Raptor by turning his now iconic laugh into the NBA theme:HAPPY NBA DAY pic.twitter.com/eL95qUD1eP— Terrace House fan account (@tole_cover) October 16, 2018Last, but certainly not least: We know Halloween isn't even here yet, but it's over: they won.If you ring my door and transform you can just take the whole bowl https://t.co/BM8nmUIYiL— Darius Herron (@dariusherron1) October 16, 2018Liking this content? Check these out: Fake John Legend Can't Spell And Trump Needs To Lose Our Numbers In This Week's Most Hysterical TweetsTwitter Says Mona Lisa Was Ready To Risk It All For Rap In One Of This Week's Most Out Of Pocket TweetsMake Kanye Black Again And Auntie Baby Can't Believe Earl Died Present This Week's Most Chill-Deficient...
It’s Friday and that means it is time to crown the tweets of the week.Last week was a doozy and this week was no different because y'all don't know how to act. Let’s get into it!Cam Newton's fashions got people scratching their heads...again. He stepped out looking like someone's disgruntled mama who got called up to her child's school because they were cuttin' up in class. It was only right he be memeified. I KNOW that chicken better not still be in the freezer. pic.twitter.com/BZtIRnoYNE— M'Baku's Baby Mama (@JamelleMyBelle) September 17, 2018I told you to buy Newports not those Marlboros. pic.twitter.com/Bpu29WEtzF— Yesha (@YeshaCallahan) September 17, 2018"YOU GOT SCHOLASTIC BOOKMOBILE MONEY?!?" pic.twitter.com/zcdt0nZcsL— Old Bay (@MF_DAD) September 17, 2018"YOU COULDA HAD ME SIGN THIS LAST NIGHT INSTEAD OF 5 MINUTES BEFORE YOU GOTTA GO TO SCHOOL BUT YOU THINK YOU SLICK" pic.twitter.com/s4oGFxknEa— Old Bay (@MF_DAD) September 17, 2018Eyebrows across the internet raised when 14-year-old Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown revealed she exchanged text messages with grown ass Drake. After hearing news of his purported relationship with 18-year-old Bella Harris, many were understandably grossed out. pic.twitter.com/Hr6Cr2Nhqq— Zachary Fox (@zackfox) September 17, 2018Just to be clear, if I ever have spawn and you, a grown 31-year-old, are caught texting them, a not-grown 14-year-old—WHO YOU ARE NOT AT ALL RELATED TO— about *boys and relationships*, I am meeting you outside.
PERIOD. pic.twitter.com/y9DrLSxLoj— Clarkisha Kent: Bisexual Woman of Diversity (@IWriteAllDay_) September 20, 2018Having been a 14yr old actress, there is NO reason a 30plus yr old man would be contacting ME. Having an 11yr old my damn self, there is NO fucking reason an adult would be contacting her about ANY fucking thing. Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.— Reagan Gomez (@ReaganGomez) September 20, 2018when we found out drake, 31, is texting millie bobby brown, 14, talking bout "i miss you so much" pic.twitter.com/YkPdIdg4EK— hunter harris (@hunteryharris) September 18, 2018Apple unveiled the Memoji app and even though temperatures are dropping, y'all still haven't found your chill. I did this instead of doing my homework pic.twitter.com/qedVoqrCOl— Toraaaaye 🍂 (@Torikellysweave) September 18, 2018TO FREEDOM 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ezywdR982R— 𝕿𝖍𝖚𝖌 (@thugminajj) September 18, 2018This wise soul reminded us to stop thanking men for s**t they're supposed to do in the first place. i thanked my roommate for cleaning up the kitchen and she said "alyson im not a man. u don't have to thank me for cleaning our home" pic.twitter.com/GjWpTJ7bT7— SadeVEVO (@fillegrossiere) September 19, 2018Someone's child is in need of prayer because Big Mama is about to wear them out. Someone boutta get tore tf up 💀💀💀💀😂 pic.twitter.com/0TFavVDHmX— Lil Tex (@champagnebikhol) September 19, 2018Maybe the switch was for this kid, who raided his mama's stash. I needed this laugh today lmfaoooo pic.twitter.com/pYYTEmswJv— Tea 🥀 (@LaBelle_Tiara) September 19, 2018Comedian Roy Woods Jr. wants a part in the new Space Jam movie but we think he should reconsider and read some literature. I’m a struggling basketball player hoping to get a role in ‘Space Jam 2’. A simple RT could help Lebron or Coogler see this. Thx you, God Bless pic.twitter.com/4XFew8I7Ii— Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) September 19, 2018We know she's making fun of Daniel but...it kinda slaps. These the type of beats Daniel off Insecure be making pic.twitter.com/4oLACvysuE— yellow moon emoji. (@BossUpErin) September 16, 2018Even Steph Curry's youngin ain't safe from the shenanigans. i had to. pic.twitter.com/bPtFV2axNB— BRIANA (@callmeSashaa) September 20, 2018What heathenry did you see in the streets this week? Let us know!Liking this content? Check these out:From Peeping Pope To Pastor Lean Back, Here Are The Most Reckless Tweets Of The WeekTwitter Is Dragging This Italian Shoemaker For Taking Poverty And Making It FashionMaroon 5 Will Reportedly Be The Halftime Act At Atlanta's Super Bowl, And Everyone's Like, 'But Outkast, But Future, But ......
From now on, we'll be bringing you, our beloved Blavity Fam, some of the week's greatest social media moments every Friday. Without further ado, let's look back at a wild week.Cue the Cardi B and Nicki fight. The New York Fashion Week showdown between two of hip-hop's greatest talents inspired thousands of memes and hilarious tweets. However, one in particular takes the cake:The internet is undefeated. pic.twitter.com/o7z5UgO8lt— . (@CAWBBBB) September 9, 2018This week was back-to-school time for a lot of families, and we have to give a special shout-out to this sister for not only telling our black history like it is, but for refusing to back down when folks tried to whitewash it.The board display I put up outside my office made some teachers “uncomfortable”. They didn’t like “they” and I was asked to change it, re-word it so these teachers won’t feel uncomfortable. Not surprised. Also not changing it. Our history makes “them” uncomfortable? #huh
pic.twitter.com/ddXa7CbVwx— Wah dya donh nyes tah’ (@KCalfrobe) September 8, 2018Speaking of black history, can we talk about that moment when the spirit of 'Retha seriously left Fantasia's body at the iconic diva's tribute during the Black Girls Rock telecast? Live footage of Aretha Franklin’s soul leaving Fantasia body #BlackGirlsRock
pic.twitter.com/unSAjM2W78— ▲▲▲ (@Nephew1800) September 10, 2018We learned a few things about beauty this week. For instance, ladies all know about the beauty that is the bra release, but did you know about the wig release?Best feeling. pic.twitter.com/QhWs3V6zpX— Ri - YT: RiTV (@RiAngelica_) September 5, 2018And we all learned about this iconic life hack. The plug! Oh, and can we bless the strength of wrapping up a tiny ponytail into a rubber band and it turning out successful enough for a hair tutorial?The Bible says faith is the assurance of things hoped for & the conviction of things not seen. Sister Nia anchored that ponytail in FAITH. Walk in the spirit of the ponytail. Amen. pic.twitter.com/VXY9G8txKH— Courtney (@C0URTNEYC0) September 12, 2018Extreme weather events were all over the news this week. Hurricane Florence's imminent arrival had this Twitter user dishing out some (completely accurate) shaaaaaaaade. Joel Osteen preparing for hurricane season pic.twitter.com/swPpFLGSlC— Plathanos 🐝🇩🇴 (@SavinTheBees) September 13, 2018Speaking of church folk, Pastor Fat Joe is a big mood, thanks for coming to our TED Talk. This was the week we found out TS doesn't stand for Terror Squad, but Tabernacle Squad.“On the third day, Jesus ain’t dance, he ain’t pull up his pants, but he moved that rock away!” pic.twitter.com/3pIHKTPLz8— Sicksteen Joestar (@Sicksteen_216) September 13, 2018Rounding out religious moments sure to go down in history is this delight from none other than the Pope himself.When you book a room but the last meeting runs over. pic.twitter.com/fFA0DbDDoI— Rondelle Hobbs (@RondelleHobbs) September 12, 2018What was he doing, though?! LOLFantasia wasn't the only diva to have a major musical moment this week. Check out this video, which comes with a plot twist. Bet you weren't expecting what started as a basic white girl cover to turn into ... this. Also, yes, we all do this. Performing whole concerts at home, alone. this is how i sing when i’m home alone 😂 pic.twitter.com/iZ4LOI6OnL— ask ya daddy who i is (@DillonJaden) September 14, 2018While we're on the topic of basic white covers, raise your hand if you remember young Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling belting out Jodeci, though. A MOMENT.I’m still dead they let Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling sing Jodeci on Disney lmao pic.twitter.com/xRZZauNsk5— sam (@indicaff) September 13, 2018Gosling and Timberlake have moved on and are living their best lives these days. This Twitter user will be right there with them. Eventually.As soon as I pay off my $60,000 student loan at age 75 it’s over for y’all https://t.co/QxZlRva3O6— Rio 🌴 (@Urban_Island_) September 13, 2018Jemele Hill, fresh off her departure from ESPN, was with the s**ts. Her tweet is all of us when we quit a frustrating job and are going toward bigger and better. I feel like i need to say this now as a warning. I was going out of my way not to cuss some of y’all out because I had a job and a corporation to represent. But now, I don’t have one. So I’m good with calling you a fuckboi. https://t.co/38gloPN4zw— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) September 14, 2018Hill wasn't the only person loosening up on Twitter. We need to know: when is Jackée Harry's album, "OG Queen" dropping? TO FREEDOM! Swag on 10, I stay pulling men Got an Emmy win, melaninated skin#BARZ ✊🏾 https://t.co/5xgfMBYetF— Jackée Harry (@JackeeHarry) September 13, 2018While Jackée was pulling men, Keri Hilson posed a very good question about them. And got a very good answer. We stan a relevant reference legend.Keri. Sometimes love comes around, and it knocks you down. Just get back up when it knocks you down. https://t.co/TEkLSLpAnY— Juice (@OJTheKing) September 13, 2018Last, but not least, we'd like to share this gem. Snitches get stitches of the hilariously petty variety, apparently.Sooo, my bitch ass neighbor called the police cuz I was smoking on the balcony. The police get here and ask where the weed at, I said I smoked it all. They said where'd u buy it, I said from the neighbor now they at his house looking searching his shit— 🦂 (@chef_dontcare) September 13, 2018That's about it for us this week, but we know there are so many more great tweets we didn't get to highlight here. What were some of your faves this week? Liking this content? Check these out:ESPN Allegedly Tried To Replace Jemele Hill With Another Black Host After She Called Trump 'A White Supremacist'Even In Death, Aretha Franklin Isn’t Wearing The Same Outfit TwiceCardi B Speaks Out After Getting Into Fight With Nicki Minaj At Fashion Week...
Twitter can turn anything into a meme.If you grew up in the 2000s, you might have watched Cartoon Network's Ed, Edd n Eddy. The show featured a character named Rolf, who was an immigrant from “the old country” who ran with the Eds and wasn’t afraid to call out white foolishness.A picture of the character as a young black man gazing out of a window hit the internet, and everyone has been acting a fool, creating endless memes riffing on the image, Complex reports.According to BuzzFeed, artist Elijah Rutland is responsible for the first black Rolf meme:People really out here thinking that I make free art.... pic.twitter.com/taX89jSLNH— Elijah Rutland (@fixmysole) September 5, 2018Rutland has a history of race-bending cartoon characters from a variety of shows, including Adventure Time and Dragon Ball Z, but Rolf is his first viral sensation. “The next thing I knew, people were sharing it and editing it with new skin tones, hairstyles and captions, so all of this is new to me because I’ve never had anything that has gone viral before," Rutland said. Poor Rolf! He became like 200 different people these past two weeks. pic.twitter.com/vstyFFO4Tt— Auntie Tavia 👩🏾💻 (@Octavia_Simone1) September 14, 2018We’ve been in shambles over the creative ways people have ‘shopped the picture.Here are a few of our faves:“ mmcht maaan, why tf you always poppin up over here, you kno my momma don’t like you “ 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/MO78KVNUlt— young mmcht (@realdeejayyyy) September 10, 2018He went to the hood instead of Great Clips:Rolf boy went to a black barber and never looked back 😂 pic.twitter.com/VZp7609yk8— Don (@Harrison0018) September 12, 2018Y'all even got him reppin' team MAGA:Hey I wanted to make the Rolf meme more inclusive so here you go> #maga
pic.twitter.com/6cEBfaWlY0— Hordor (@andrealtrez) September 12, 2018He also got him a few frontals and some bundles. Thankfully, he wears a bonnet to keep his hair laid:i’m having way too much fun editing these picture of rolf :-/ pic.twitter.com/zzW3bR7wuf— 😤 (@carmenhatesu) September 10, 2018please stop me 😭 pic.twitter.com/e46G4maUg3— 😤 (@carmenhatesu) September 10, 20184 my natural girls 💀 pic.twitter.com/1hvhWpb67U— 😤 (@carmenhatesu) September 10, 2018Somehow, he got caught by the feds: "when I get out we getting married" pic.twitter.com/gcQAPmZyvf— Rondo Bryant (@BullHunitProof) September 13, 2018He got a job, too!OK yall are runnin out with these Rolf memes 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/gFUnrqtvJQ— P. Against The World (@chillin662) September 14, 2018😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/z5dJez3WKo— Candace 🧞♀️ (@___FineChina) September 14, 2018Lemme get a Snicker, bruh!"excuse me ladies and gentlemen" pic.twitter.com/zf6lqH1g6D— Danny Wolf (@Goldgr00ve) September 13, 2018“They deadass really be stepping on my timbs” #rolf
pic.twitter.com/0VRue84IaC— Jey (@Jey_you_aye_en) September 14, 2018LMAOOOOOO! They gave rolf a child & a baby daddy 😂😂😂😂😂 i’m doneeeeee. pic.twitter.com/WKONMTEPTC— wavyy ting (@amazinglysss) September 14, 2018Y’all gettin real creative with Rolf 😂 pic.twitter.com/3qBpUEm2j1— Shalaundreia (@OLaunLaun) September 14, 2018Call an uber, sis!They done put Rolf in the car 😭 pic.twitter.com/vaoxTZTHM6— The Megan (@MegYuup) September 14, 2018Meme mixing was inevitable:Yall got ROLF Chilling wit squidward 😩😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/ZZyzXVE4Xg— ChefBwoy 🇯🇲👨🏾🍳 (@StarBwoyBlacks) September 14, 2018If you know me then you knew the FAMU Rolf was on the way😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/238SGg0Uzd— Elijah Rutland (@fixmysole) September 11, 2018Who turned Rolf into a DMV nigga? 😂💀 pic.twitter.com/m6SkNC2XgP— Yïn🥀 (@_LulReddd) September 14, 2018Why are we like this? Liking this content? Check these out:Twitter’s Most Savage Users Are Remaking The Nike Campaign Ad And We Don’t Mean To Cackle Like ThisA White Woman Hilariously Cosplayed As BBQ Becky During A Black Comic Convention. Unlike Becky, She Knew Her Lane.Cornrows Meet Caucasity In A Horrible, Hilarious Hair Tutorial, And This Nigerian Father And Daughter Aren't Here For...
Nike's new ad celebrating the 30th anniversary of its #JustDoIt campaign shook the table with the announcement Colin Kaepernick would be the campaign's face. From bigoted haters slashing their Nikes to fans vowing to increase their Nike collections, everyone had something to say about the shoe company's decision. Like any zeitgeist-grabbing event, Twitter took things to the next level with jokes and parodies that kept the entertainment going. We all know Twitter knows how to take just about anything and transform it into a memorable meme.We love it when two different memes are married, and the combination of the Kaep parodies and the Terrence Howard "mayne" meme is a postmodern masterpiece:
Ok. Why can’t y’all just.... 😩 #hustleandflow
A post shared by HGC APPAREL (@hgcapparel) on Sep 5, 2018 at 6:59am PDTSomeone took an apropos lyric from Future's "Zoom" and applied it with aplomb. Where can we purchase those Trap 7s? pic.twitter.com/XyCo2plOzP— The Man Who Sold The World (@LordBalvin) September 4, 2018Of course, folks had to hit at Kanye, but the subtle shade of adding in an Adidas logo took this parody into high art status: Who did this? LMFAOOOOO pic.twitter.com/y5FYSxJEJc— cheybuttter fan acc. (@RiqueTheRuler_) September 4, 2018The Mike Tyson version was especially hilarious... or "ethpethially hilariouth!" The folks at @NFL_Memes have created a great parody of the Colin Kaepernick #Nike ad...this one featuring Iron Mike Tyson. 😆 #sportsbiz
pic.twitter.com/I3OU79wCDM— J.W. Cannon (@cannonjw) September 5, 2018And, as anyone who has used the internet in the past 10 years knows, you can't beat a Marvel meme:Is this the Nike campaign everyone’s talking about? pic.twitter.com/VXyI6tx1yy— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) September 4, 2018Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge used this opportunity to stunt on all his sluggish opponents. Because why not? "It's only a crazy dream until you do it." #JustDoIt
pic.twitter.com/0XTTslblmt— Eliud Kipchoge (@EliudKipchoge) September 5, 2018In a genius move, this Twitter user made a whole ad for himself just in case some of y'all Kaep haters have some size 11s you wanted to get rid of:Size 11.... #justdoit
pic.twitter.com/EfWnnUuknt— Rick Saban (@ricksaban_) September 4, 2018Welp!pic.twitter.com/CcQNUZLzOY— MTP // The Church of LaFollette (@MillerTimePod) September 5, 2018And because 50 Cent can never not say anything, he contributed a meme. Surprisingly, the parody didn't feature his face but his homie's. Is this is a shot at Machine Gun Kelly?
This is what they should have did for the campaign. 🤨 get the strap #lecheminduroi
A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 5, 2018 at 10:20am PDTPerhaps the most savage was the version featuring Floyd Mayweather, though! We are on the floor!
👀champ must have done this one his self. LOL 🤨get the strap #lecheminduroi
A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 5, 2018 at 10:55am PDTWhat were some of your faves?Liking this content? Check these out: Colin Kaepernick Haters Are Destroying Nike Items They Already Own After He Becomes Face Of New CampaignThese 15 Tweets Prove Just How Hard In The Paint Black People Are About To Go For NikeHow Colin Kaepernick Played The...
If you've been anywhere on the internet recently, you've likely heard the phrase "b***h, I'm a cow" and have seen an image of a young woman dressed in a cow suit while anime boobs bounce in the background.And then, you've wondered WTF it all was. Well, if you hadn't located the answers yet, wonder no more! It all started when artist Doja Cat posted a short video clip on Twitter asking her followers, "should I honestly post the rest of this insane s**t?"should I honestly post the rest of this insane shit? pic.twitter.com/aYrW0YiSjg— WATCH "MOOO!" ON YT (@DojaCat) August 7, 2018And, YES ... the answer was "YES." This is a MOOOOOOD.The clip teased a full, surreal song and video full of hilariously catchy BOVINE BARS. That's right, Doja Cat's song "Mooo" is full of gems like "I'm not a cat, I don't say meow!" or "I'm making moooooooves, b***h, I'm too smooooooooove." How can you not fall in love? Twitter certainly felt the love and wanted more cowbell:I make mooooooooooves pic.twitter.com/pHOk0EzKar— charly (@CharlyBGay) August 13, 2018me:
my brain: bitch I’m a cow, bitch I’m a cow- i go mOOOOoooo
my last two brain cells: pic.twitter.com/QsYN4vFaNp— caulin (@CowlinSmith) August 14, 2018bitch im a cow bitch im a cow bitch im a cow bitch im a cow bitch im a cow I GO MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I SAID BITCH IM TOO SMOOOOOTH pic.twitter.com/q6vdBLwe1j— Ahmed/Dev Hynes is ahead of everyone in music (@big_business_) August 13, 2018Literally on repeat!!!!! 🤣 pic.twitter.com/b78JR9x92i— #SoundOff (@TastefullyNasty) August 12, 2018And if there was any doubt Doja Cat was becoming an internet viral sensation, those doubts were put to rest as her video began to cross-pollinate with other memes.When you first listen to the magical sounds of Doja Cat’s “Moo”... pic.twitter.com/BZI1IOd4Aa— Puff Zaddy (@PapiLiterati) August 13, 2018Oh, and in case you didn't know, Doja ain't just a cow, she's also a producer: Me https://t.co/kOSCAHl7bY— WATCH "MOOO!" ON YT (@DojaCat) August 13, 2018Doja Cat is already in the (popular) running for a Grammy, by the way.give bitch i'm a cow the grammy— Aaron Edwards (@aaronmedwards) August 14, 2018Nicki Minaj had a 5 month long album rollout only for it to get overshadowed by “Bitch I’m a Cow”— Bobby (@SullivanBobby) August 13, 2018Lil' Chano f**ks with Doja Cat, too! So now im a big doja cat fan 🐄— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) August 13, 2018And she got fan art! bitch I'm a 🐄 pic.twitter.com/Lfit7qzxU4— nicko (@nekokonut22) August 14, 2018So ya’ll vibing to “Moo” from @DojaCat ... she’s just buggin’... this her real shit! Not gone let this real talent be overshadowed by the internet circus today .... https://t.co/IAxar3CRBM— The Old Man (@oldmanebro) August 14, 2018@DojaCat made this for fun kuz this song has been a vibe all day💖🤟🏽🐄 pic.twitter.com/EYqBamkVAj— Kaspur アート (@belhatrixx_) August 13, 2018She's also got legit no-joke music out there, so this viral video was a great marketing play on her part.Doja Cat is thrilled to know we love her and her song:I can’t fucking believe how much you guys like moo— WATCH "MOOO!" ON YT (@DojaCat) August 10, 2018No beef with this bop! *listens for the 75869th time* Live your best bovine life and watch the entire video below!Liking this content? Check these out:The Source Of The Confused Nick Young Meme May Be Even Funnier Than The Meme ItselfDrake Thanks #InMyFeelings Challenge Creator Shiggy For Propelling Song To No. 1 Spot On BillboardAnimal Rights Activists Deny Allegations That They Chanted 'Cows' Lives Matter' During...
Ninth graders at a high school in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, may have found their new favorite teacher in Rebecca Newby.According to BuzzFeed, Newby teaches English, pre-AP English and creative writing. Like most teachers, Newby was required to buy items for her classroom to get ready for the new school year.Instead of buying boring hall passes from her local teacher supply store, Newby decided to make hers, incorporating everyone's favorite regular degular schmegular Bronx rapper. The passes feature the now iconic "My Momma Said" meme photo of Cardi B along with captions like, "Ms. Newby said I can go to the restroom" and "Ms. Newby said I can go to the nurse." "My students love Cardi B, and so do I, by the way," Newby said. Brilliance!Newby got creative in part to save money; she merely glued the photos and captions onto cardboard and laminated them. We stan a resourceful queen. And we aren't the only ones; Newby's efforts went viral on Twitter:New teachers of the new Generation love it https://t.co/trlquMQEfV— El jefe (@dbaide___) August 13, 2018Millennial educators are MVP https://t.co/trlquMz3on— El jefe (@dbaide___) August 14, 2018i’m jealous of people who get to be in school during the twitter/meme era. i would have been the funniest bitch at my school https://t.co/3Ld61EBTma— judgmental gay (@jdgmntlgay) August 13, 2018Of course, the hall passes were a hit with the students and Newby's fellow teachers alike. Other educators at Newby's school have even asked her to make Cardi B hall passes for them, as well. She's an innovator, okurrt?! Liking this content? Check these out:The Internet Is Having A Nostalgic Field Day With This Hilarious Childhood Photo Of Cardi BCardi B Does It For The Kulture One More Time By Giving The Internet Another Classic '90s MemeCardi B Left 'Smiling Ear to Ear' After Will Smith Posts Sweet Message, Topped Off With An 'Okurr,' In Honor Of...
Kim Kardashian West's recent attempt to promote a pair of Yeezys was more awkward than two bumped heads after a missed kiss.Like butter. #Butter350’s #Yeezy
pic.twitter.com/xOf0CU0hTC— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 6, 2018"Like butter"? Nah, we can't believe it. Of course, Twitter had to have fun with the awkward position Kardashian put herself in to try and ensure the shoes had a prominent spot in the shot.This looks like a crime scene https://t.co/kppNtuKjmQ— Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) August 6, 2018someone dial 991 for her pic.twitter.com/cWmEjaQKgD— F.Hegen (@f_hegen) August 6, 2018pic.twitter.com/LW5DG7eePW— Alice Tew (@BuckinghamAlice) August 6, 2018pic.twitter.com/hqOx0EQzPv— Adam Markajani✏️ (@ADAMATION) August 6, 2018They even had her on the Twister game board, y'all. TWISTER.pic.twitter.com/YJWUnOlNHF— Fabrizio🤘 (@breezy_y00) August 7, 2018Not the shoot dance!! BRUH.pic.twitter.com/sQUqQpfi9y— light skin jesus (@BlvdeBrown) August 6, 2018The Toy Story comparisons had us laid out like the toys when Andy enters the room: "Andy's coming!" pic.twitter.com/ZiWgaaxtm8— AngelTFC (@AngeITFC) August 6, 2018Of course, other folks couldn't help pointing out the "cosmic timing" of Kardashian's post. These users presented evidence for the following hypothesis: every time Beyoncé does something major (this time, her newest Vogue cover), here comes an "impromptu" photo of Kim K. That "Beyonce" Google alert went off, we see https://t.co/nYVk9SmFBN— Bossip (@Bossip) August 6, 2018Yup lol. Like clockwork 😂 RT @news11: Beyoncé must’ve dropped something today. RT @KimKardashian: Like butter. #Butter350’s #Yeezy
pic.twitter.com/gOdGDdcAA1— Reg The Sledge (@GeeEasy) August 6, 2018*Everyone talking about Rihanna and Beyoncé and their Vogue covers* Kim K: "Like butter." pic.twitter.com/yaSNvtLXEs— Quenchi (@MrQuenchiAdams) August 6, 2018Kardashian West also recently posted a pic of her baby daughter, Chicago, and her son, Saint, perhaps to distract us from her sexy pose fail? Either way, they cute.These two are inseparable #Chi
pic.twitter.com/gpZHWQmg14— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 7, 2018Oh, Kim. Liking this content? Check these out:Issa Rae Destroys Kanye In Just 20 Words While Hosting Awards Show -- And His Wife Was In The AudienceVan Jones Grilled Kim Kardashian About Further Legitimizing Trump, And She Responded By Blaming KanyeThis Hilarious Edit Of The Nauseating Kim Kardashian-Trump Photo Just Proved America Really Is The Sunken...
Terrence Howard's performance in Hustle & Flow scored him an Academy Award nomination, but that wasn't the true legacy left by his performance in the film. The way Howard pronounced "man" became a national treasure. If you saw that film, you know "man" is best pronounced "mayne."Because Twitter doesn't have any sense (and we love it), Howard's pronunciation of the word has become fodder for countless memes. Summer is all about the superhero flicks, and thanks to the upcoming DC film Aquaman, it was only a matter of time before the guardian of Atlantis had his name remixed with a little Terrence Howard flair courtesy of Twitter user Mister Morris: Aquamayne pic.twitter.com/IcopF0bTQE— 8th Wonder (@FikaFiasco) July 23, 2018BRUH. He really bringing Hennessy to the underwater function. Henny-Under-The-Sea.With Aquaman getting the Howard treatment, it was only a matter of time before DC's two most famous heroes received the very same:Batmayne V Supermayne: Dawn Of Justice (2016) pic.twitter.com/eTJQYZqP3h— F.or A.ll N.erds = F.A.N.Bros❗️ (@FanBrosShow) December 10, 2017And yes, the meme is gender-neutral. Howard is about that Amazon life, too: WONDER WOMAYNE pic.twitter.com/BxwyhG9HhB— Mister Morris (@mistermorris55) December 10, 2017If your Spidey senses are tingling, you would be correct in guessing Spidermayne is a thing, too. And, of course, on the Marvel side, the ultimate win goes to Iron Mayne since Howard was in the franchise before being replaced by Don Cheadle. Ironmayne and Spider-Mayne pic.twitter.com/i9m1bdKbBj— Google Me (@LeBeauJauneRoi) December 9, 2017Robert Downey, this time I’m Iron Mayne. Sit back and watch me do this mayne! #IronMan #TerrenceHoward #IronMayne pic.twitter.com/Gnkpzyqy4W— Bran Alexander (@MrBran313) December 9, 2017Although Hugh Jackmayne better move over, too ..."Professor, what happened to the rest of the X-Mayne?" pic.twitter.com/0v9utDMXOl— Puneet Singh (@puneetsingh) December 8, 2017It's always an interesting time when memes resurface, and this resurrection had us reminiscing over the classics:“They took my son mayne” 🤣 pic.twitter.com/0eXQAdikGS— Kri$ (@Slamma_803) July 25, 2018pic.twitter.com/psqVk7YQrZ— Cdub (@KCKing65084168) July 25, 2018Terrence Howard “Mayne Of The Woods” meme in 5...4... pic.twitter.com/YaXvyqyJhG— Phonte (@phontigallo) January 2, 2018“Do you wanna build a snow mayne?” pic.twitter.com/M4mzktUoE0— Dree ☀️ (@AhdriTorrez) December 8, 2017My mayne is my mayne is your mayne Her this her mayne too pic.twitter.com/NzDqCFfq9Y— The Last 🔝 (@JUSLIKEMIKE863) December 9, 2017“Mayne how come that mayne don’t want me mayne” pic.twitter.com/Hlcsdm3w5T— Josh (@corb601) December 8, 2017Oh, and we can't forget the time Howard directly addressed the "mayne" memes:Look here Mayne... #mayne #terrencehoward pic.twitter.com/ttPuwdFbT4— Terrence D Howard (@terrencehoward) December 10, 2017And that is how you meme, mayne.Liking this content? Check these out:7 Times SpongeBob And Black Twitter Made The Perfect PairTwitter Is Playing Too Much With This Photo Of Young Thug And Lil' Durk Hard At WorkThe Source Of The Confused Nick Young Meme May Be Even Funnier Than The Meme...
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are always at their best when they tag-team on social media. They've even managed to get some coins for their social media skills with a new Google Duo partnership. Their banter is the most entertaining part of their social media accounts, especially Chrissy's insistence on trolling John for his resemblance to the cartoon character Arthur. She recently posted a pic on Instagram of their daughter, Luna and ... her daddy.
Luna and daddy
A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jun 20, 2018 at 3:53pm PDTExcept it was an Arthur stuffed animal.BRUH.“This is my childhood Arthur doll. My mom has kept it all this time. Maybe I’ve been attracted to Arthur my whole life and now I found my real life human one,” Chrissy later commented on the same post, according to the Huffington Post. Legend simply responded with, "Wow."Oh, but Chrissy wasn't done! A few days later, Chrissy posted a John Legend-remixed Arthur logo, and it was brilliant.
And I say hey HEY what a wonderful kind of day. Where we can learn to laugh and play. And get along with each other. You’ve got to listen to your heart, listen to the beat, listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street. RP @deenallydesigns
A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jun 24, 2018 at 3:05pm PDT“And I say hey HEY what a wonderful kind of day. Where we can learn to laugh and play. And get along with each other. You’ve got to listen to your heart, listen to the beat, listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street,” Teigen wrote in her caption.The illustration, drawn by Deen Ally, even has John's hair! Hilarious, right? Well, John was tired! The singer dropped a comment under her post, which said, "Enough is enough."
Update to previous post: *clenches fist* #CommentsByCelebs
A post shared by @ commentsbycelebs on Jun 24, 2018 at 4:33pm PDT“Find someone who looks at you like @chrissyteigen looks at ways to take the legs out from under @johnlegend," musician John Mayer wrote under the post. Romance.Proving that she can laugh at herself the same way she laughs at her husband, the Cravings cookbook author and model also posted a meme of herself as the “legs go all the way up” girl from Family Guy. She still compared Arthur's father to John, though.
Omggggggahhhh “legs go all the way up” girl nooooooo
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Senegal's warm-up dance is litty, and it has all the internet hype. In a widely shared video, the team can be seen dancing and singing in preparation for their World Cup match against Japan. #SEN
Senegal are in great spirits ahead of #JPNSEN 🕺 pic.twitter.com/Wa4L1VswHk— FIFA World Cup 🏆 (@FIFAWorldCup) June 24, 2018They were also caught dancing after last Wednesday's victory against Poland.With this music many can now understand the dance performed by Senegal team after their win against Poland. #worldcup,#Russia2018. Congratulations #Senegal . pic.twitter.com/RTOP96UPic— Lamoussa Gama (@LGama) June 20, 2018
The internet has an inability to chill, and the team has become a meme. A few black 90s kids pointed out the similarities between the team's dance and the Dru Hill "Tell Me" step.Dru Hill used to have me dying how they were jumping like this in the video... looking like they on pogo sticks. 😂🤣😆 pic.twitter.com/uShJCjD9DS— MELLY MEL🏀🙏🏿 (@MelvinDunksOnYa) June 25, 2018Senegal done incorporated the Dru Hill hop into their training routine so naturally I gotta root for them. I’m Senegalese-Baltimorean from this day forward. 🇸🇳🦀🇸🇳🦀 https://t.co/pRgV6tQ1aJ— Lawrence Burney (@TrueLaurels) June 24, 2018I thought they was dancing to “Tell me” by Dru hill... somebody out tell me to this video. https://t.co/JrISOvjGCi— Niree (@Gmobeats) June 25, 2018I'd really appreciate if someone can't put Dru Hill's Tell Me over this. That is what this clip truly deserves. #BlackTwitter, please and thanks! https://t.co/4H93zEzufr— TJ (@taliacadet) June 25, 2018 It was only a matter of time before this happened:I Had to do it 😂😂😂😂 shouts #Senegal
pic.twitter.com/QOan73eW4i— Veteran Freshman - #FreeYusufYuie (@yusufyuie215) June 24, 2018And it didn't stop there. Someone kept the 90s theme going with the Ducktales theme song.The Senegal warm-up is even better with Ducktales music. pic.twitter.com/4VvyxeyOC4— Kristian (@vonstrenginho) June 25, 2018 Another person added the Footloose theme. Senegal warm up is much better with the Footloose Theme tune pic.twitter.com/ASPn2oURrr— @Aidenlunn_ (@_AL1872) June 25, 2018
Of course, Queen Bey had to be added to the mix. Ducktales music? Nah. The Senegal warm-up is MUCH better with Beyonce's Single Ladies! pic.twitter.com/4Y7xIyBxI4— Not my division (@AlphaDog2000) June 25, 2018 Can we join this team? We'll carry the water or...
Black Panther showed up in Avengers: Infinity War, and though his appearance was a bit brief, it doesn't mean his impact was not felt.One of the popular moments of the film is when Bruce Banner bowed before the royal family of Wakanda, prompting T'Challa to let him know, "We don't do that here." Because Twitter is a seedbed for comedy, the scene birthed some hilarious memes.When someone from Facebook joins Twitter and starts Liking all the Tweets pic.twitter.com/vNyQy9YOtb— Vaibhav... (@lamevaibhav) June 8, 2018When you're from Alabama and want to marry outside your immediate family pic.twitter.com/Xglt34qoXm— Dayum!! (@slutparadise) June 4, 2018*Stand in a queue and wait for your turn patiently* Desi people - pic.twitter.com/JGt6wrKgGP— Angoor Stark 🍇 (@ladywithflaws) June 8, 2018Friend :- When will you stop "We don't do that here" memes?Me :- pic.twitter.com/HMAj3BxXAE— Dhiraaj parmar (@Capt_Dhiraaj) June 11, 2018Some Twitter users, however, questioned not only the meme, but the moment that inspired it, pointing out an inconsistency between Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War:T'challa tells Banner, we don't do that here in #InfinityWar then why did N'jobu kneel when T'chaka appeared in #BlackPanther @chadwickboseman @MarkRuffalo @DonCheadle #whysway— A.L. Jack (@318saintsfan) May 11, 2018inconsistency:in Black Panther, N'Jobu kneels to T'Chaka but in IW T'Challa says "we don't do that here"— Odinson (@QUEcified) May 4, 2018Either way, the meme is fun! What we do do here is funny...