There’s nothing like a dank (and vaguely sacrilegious) meme of Pope Francis to get your week end on the right foot.
The hashtag #PopeBars was resurrect this weekend. This was after Pope Francis photography talking to reporters aboard a plane flying from Cairo to Rome.
— Reuters Africa (@ReutersAfrica) April 30, 2017
The public seems to thoroughly enjoy how Francis holds a microphone, something that was first noticed in fall 2015, when the #PopeBars meme first began.
Francis’ manner of holding a mic appears strikingly similar to a rapper’s, making it look like the religious leader is, uh, dropping bars.
The subsequent memes looked like this:
— TheNegroStableBuck (@NovaBordelon_) November 30, 2015
This time around, Francis was photographed talking about the very serious topic of mediating the current dispute between North Korea and Washington.
But, yet again, the photograph is what caught Twitter’s attention. Let’s get papal:
— Andrew Horn KFYR-TV (@theandrewhorn) April 30, 2017
— AKahn (@akahnnyc) May 1, 2017
— John Hayes (@justjohnhayes) April 29, 2017
YALL GON MAKE ME LOSE MY MIND
UP IN HERE
UP IN HERE pic.twitter.com/052jE2Avpd
— Daniel Ralston (@danielralston) April 30, 2017
Pope be like: "Pack it up, pack it in. Let me begin. I came to win, battle me, that's a sin." pic.twitter.com/RNzlbGuo3R
— Patpat (@patvandiest) April 30, 2017
— Marc Schutz (@FishHookFPC) April 30, 2017
— Ashar (@AsharPrime) May 1, 2017
— Ravishing 🦈4️⃣ (@JDejuan2) April 30, 2017
Pope: "oh shiiiiiiit….Microphone check one two what is this, the pope of the Francisus with the roughneck business-" pic.twitter.com/NuQLiEaOSQ
— LuisMiguelEchegaray (@lmechegaray) April 30, 2017
Dang. We’d see the pope in concert FOR SURE.