Game of Thrones‘ final season premiered Sunday, and all of Twitter was ablaze with theories, reactions, and of course, memes.
If you are of the belief that the majority of Game of Thrones‘ popularity stems from Black Twitter’s unabashed love for the series, Sunday night would have given you more fuel for your theory.
During the premiere, tons of Black viewers, including Hollywood’s elite like Lupita Nyong’o and YouTube royalty like Jackie Aina, populated Twitter with hilarious memes and hot takes. See some of our favorites below.
Everyone just had it out for Daenerys, while the #SansaHive was ready to pounce.
Sansa when she met Dany pic.twitter.com/bKadT2em38
— Jackie Aila (@jackieaina) April 15, 2019
Hot Girl Dany is not making the best impression up north. Bran is looking at Jaime like we looked at white women after the 2016 election. And Sansa Stark is actually making sense. Alright season 8. Alright.
— Ric (@_Rickeh) April 15, 2019
— yididia (@yididiapaulos) April 15, 2019
Even Lupita Nyong’o got in on it.
— Lupita Nyong’o (@Lupita_Nyongo) April 15, 2019
Bran was waiting for Jaime at the door!
Bran Stark: pic.twitter.com/hAywdFMDyT
— Baebae Mike Trout Money Daniels (@baebae32) April 15, 2019
Bran on the next episode chasing Jaime #got
— Young Tiller (@ah_s98) April 15, 2019
Here are more tweets that made us truly laugh out loud:
Jon trying to ride a dragon: pic.twitter.com/MgPCYN70rw
— angelo dela cruz (@expressi0nless) April 15, 2019
Tyrion: we will be joined by the Lannister forces as well
— M’DYKU ???????? (@tethegreat) April 15, 2019
Sam: so you killed my brother and my father?
— Rah. (@thatguydream) April 15, 2019
Jon Snow finding out he’s the true king pic.twitter.com/QvqNpQ4niW
— Lil Wifi/TMC (@VanRidd) April 15, 2019
Sam: Queen Daenerys murdered my father and bro—
— Clarkisha Kent: A Broad Has No Name (@IWriteAllDay_) April 15, 2019
But hands down, this Old Town Road x Game of Thrones mash-up is one of the best things Twitter has ever provided.
i spent 10 minutes on this edit and it was worth every second pic.twitter.com/BNxKHjl4Mb
— yin3an cersei (@yngfalafel) April 15, 2019
Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.