Mariah Carey does not need your redemption talk, s’il vous plait et merci. But admittedly, her New Year’s Eve performance Sunday was infinitely better than the lip-synching disaster of 2016, and it was just weird enough to provide us with our very first meme of 2018.
With summer literally right around the corner, the Hip-Hop climate is practically begging for new anthems. The brothers Rae Sremmurd have one potential solution already existing on their debut album Sremmlife (the same project that blessed us with “Throw Some More”, “No Flex Zone” and “No Type”).
To celebrate the release of their fourth single, a clever “This Could Be Us” meme generator has been devised, so social media users can remind the opposite sex know what they’re missing out on. Created by Ryder Ripps, the new app is easily accessible whether you’re on desktop or your phone and also allows for an easy share once you exercised your creativity.
As for the new track, it already poised to be the group’s third consecutive #1 hit on US R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and is expected to dominate urban radio throughout the year’s hottest months.
Gain access to the “This Could Be Us” meme generator simply by clicking here.
Summertime cookouts can reveal a lot about Black people but there is an even deeper culture beyond the proper way to make potato salad or hot the grill should be.
Earlier today, May 19, a meme posing a weighted question made its round across social media and Black Twitter heavily engaged in answering it, spurring serious discussion, disagreements and even arguments.
See, there is a bit of principality generally involved with “fixing plates” at BBQ get-together. It’s an act of servitude–not meant to be degrading–for the one who’s receiving the food without having to lift a finger. It’s generally reserved for the loved, the elderly and the favored and having another woman encroach on that territory usually means the ultimate no-no.
Although, we could be wrong. Take a look at some of the craziest reactions the fixing plates meme above created in the gallery below.
The bigger they are, the harder they fall, and when you’re as big as Shaq, you can fall pretty hard.
The 7’1″, 325-pound NBA legend took a tumble on the set of the “Inside the NBA” halftime report on TNT during Wednesday night’s Rockets-Clippers playoff game. He appeared to get tangled up in a cable and went down so hard he literally fell out of his shoe.