The Cincinnati Zoo Has Issued A Statement Regarding Harambe Memes, Wants Everyone To Stop Going Dicks Out

The Cincinnati Zoo director has just issued a statement to the Associated Press regarding the death of Harambe and the resulting meteoric rise of #DicksOutForHarambe memes which have completely taken over the Internet for the past month. These blood-thirsty murderers from Cincinnati who put the bullet through our fallen angel’s head now want the public to quit with the dank memes because every rare Pepe is a reminder of the blood on their hands. Harambe is the People’s Corpse, and no matter what the Cincinnati Zoo says about memes they can’t take him away from us. Here is the statement issued by the Zoo’s director, via the Independent:

“We are not amused by the memes, petitions, and signs about Harambe,” Thane Maynard, Cincinnati Zoo director, told the Associated Press. “Our zoo family is still healing, and the constant mention of Harambe makes moving forward more difficult for us. We are honoring Harambe by redoubling our gorilla conservation efforts and encouraging others to join us.”

Just last weekend I was in Charleston, S.C. for the bachelor party of my soon-to-be brother in law. On Saturday night we swung into Prohibition on King Street for a cocktail and at one point I went to take a leak, whilst in there two fellow bros walked in and one made a passing comment about #DicksOutForHarambe. Within seconds we had the entire bathroom chanting “Dicks Out For Harambe”. One weak ass statement from the Cincinnati Zoo director won’t stop the people from keeping the spirit alive, the spirit of our fallen angel Harambe.

For more on this developing story you can click over to the Independent, and for more of the dankest Harambe memes you can just follow that link by clicking his name.

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