Why Would You Say Something So Controversial Yet So Brave? is a quote from The Eric Andre Show rendered in an image macro and also supplied as a reactivity photo on Tumblr humorously in response to reasonably banal statements.
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On the Seaboy 4, Episode 7 episode of The Eric Andre Show, which aired September 23rd, 2016, Eric Andre interviews Amber Rose. During the intersee, Andre reads a racist tweet and also characteristics it to Rose, and also asks her why she would certainly say somepoint "so controversial yet so brave." Rose never before sent out the tweet.
Later that month, the image started being used on Tumblr as a reactivity image to relatively banal opinions. For instance, on December 18th, 2017, Tumblr user fourleggedsandwich<3> responded to a message short article that read "america’s funniest residence videos episodes are simply professional vine compilations" with the photo. The article got over 55,000 notes overall (shown listed below, left). On December 29th, Tumblr user crymosome<4> reblogged a series of message write-ups reversing frequently paired words via the picture. The article has actually got over 312,000 notes (presented listed below, right).
Other posts turned the photo into an exploitable, changing the text beneath Andre. For instance, a article by user cmder<5> adjusted the text right into a cake recipe, acquiring over 31,000 notes (presented listed below, left). Tumblr user Skamandmemes<6> edited the message to simply check out "Why?" in a message write-up that obtained over 700 notes (displayed listed below, right).
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Meme Documentation covered the spcheck out of the meme on December 28th, 2017.<7>
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