Celebrities Go ‘Evil’ In This Viral Meme Template

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Celebrities suddenly turn evil in a viral meme model.

Posts of personalities in negative photographic filters are gaining ground on social networks, along with alternative slogans associated with them.

A Twitter user shared a photo of Bea Alonzoin the iconic family film “Four Sisters and a Marriage” starring Bobbie Salazar moved by her sister Teddie.

The original meme is Bobbie asking Teddie, “Bakit parang kasalanan ko?”

In the evil meme version, a negative photographic filter is applied to the photo, which makes the dark parts appear light while the lighter parts are dark.

An opposite version of his line was also featured.

“Evil (Bobbie) be like / parang kasalanan ko,” the post said.

Champion of the first season of “The Voice Kids” Lyca Gairanod was also turned into a meme with the following text: “Evil Lyca be like / bawal nang mangarap.” “

The line is a reference to a song she sang in the show’s semifinals previously, “Pangarap Na Bituin”. He was previously performed by Sharon Cuneta, Regine Velasquez and Sarah Geronimo, among others.

Another Twitter user shared the meme featuring the singer Jessa Zaragoza, also known as “Queen of the Jukebox”, with the text: “Evil Jessa Zaragoza be like / parang kaya ko yata. “

It is a reference to one of his most famous hits, “Bakit Pa” whose first line is “Parang ‘di ko yata kaya”.

Other online users have used the model even in photos of random items and products.

A Twitter user shared a photo of a Mang Inasal meter in a negative photographic filter and joked that it was his “evil” version.

The original image showed a counter with a notice to customers saying, “No chicken oil for dinner.”

The barbecue fast food chain is known for serving chicken oils to its customers.

According to the Know Your Meme website, the evil meme template, also known as an “evil x be like” meme, is an image macro trend that uses the tagline “Evil X Be Like. “

The “x” represents any word that one wishes to include in the particular meme template.

“Mem makers mainly insert a well-known musician or other pop culture icon into the template, then replace the bottom caption of the image macro with a well-known word or quote from that pop culture icon.” , which makes her “evil,” “the website said.

He said the trend started on Facebook last September, when a Facebook page posted an image of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with the phrase “Evil MLK be like / I have a nightmare.”

The sentence presented is the opposite equivalent of a line from his popular speech at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC in August 1963, “I have a dream”.

Some people also believe that the meme was partly inspired by the “Murder Documentaries Be Like” meme in which two images compare a character before and after he got bad.

“There are generally two types: either two different images of the same person in different situations or the exact same image in inverted colors,” Know Your Meme said.

Murder documentary looks like memes

The meme template is a preview of some detective documentaries that show normal photos of an individual or group of people on TV and then change color as the narrator changes to a more ominous tone.

Usually the photos are of the murderer or the victim.

Effects are applied to make the photographs more disturbing. This includes applying a negative photographic filter or darkening the image displayed on the screen.

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