What does Why Are You Booing Me? I’m Right mean?
Why are you booing me? I’m right refers to a reaction image, created from a scene of The Eric Andre Show, featuring Hannibal Buress addressing the audience, who’s booing him.
The image macro is associated online with representing a hard truth.
What's the origin of Why Are You Booing Me? I’m Right?
The quote comes from “The Eric André New Year’s Eve Spooktacular”, which first aired on December 31st, 2012.
In the opening scenes, Eric is expressing his excitement for “two more years of Obama”.
Hannibal then corrects Eric that there would be four more years of Obama, to which the audience begins booing him.
This is when Hannibal exclaimed “Why are you booing me? I’m right.”
Spread & Usage
How did Why Are You Booing Me? I’m Right spread?
The first screenshot of the scene was uploaded to Tumblr on October 18th, 2014 by johncenasmixtape.
A separated clip of the scene was uploaded to YouTube by Coco Brando on February 20th, 2015.
The meme would become largely popular on Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram and Reddit.
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