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Why Are You Booing Me? I'm Right

The “Why Are You Booing Me? I’m Right” meme is taken from The Eric André New Year's Eve Spooktacular, aired on December 31st, 2012 by The Eric Andre Show. The scene features the crowd booing at Eric after Buress corrects his statement regarding the then President Obama. In response to the crowd, Eric utters the above dialogue. It is used as a reaction image for conveying unpopular facts or opinions. The template was first uploaded to Tumblr on October 18th, 2014.In the following years, it gained popularity as an exploitable across Tumblr and other sites and was even mentioned in the media outlet BuzzFeed. The “Why Are You Booing Me? I’m Right” meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: why r u booing me meme, erik why are u booing meme, eric andre I’m right stop booing me meme.
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