Move over, Crying Jordan, there’s a new Michael Jordan meme in town.
During one of Sunday night’s episodes of the ESPN documentary series The Last Dance, Michael Jordan was asked to watch a video of former Detroit Pistons guard Isiah Thomas trying to explain why he and the rest of the “Bad Boys” walked off the court after losing to the Bulls in the 1991 Eastern Conference Finals without shaking their hands.
Before even watching it, Jordan said whatever Thomas had to say, it was probably going to be BS and that there’s no explanation Isiah could possibly come up with that would convince Jordan that Thomas wasn’t being super petty.
“Whatever [Isiah] says now, you know it wasn’t his true actions then,” said Jordan. “[He’s had] time enough to think about it, or the reaction of the public that’s changed his perspective. … You can show me anything you want. There’s no way you can convince me he wasn’t an a–hole.”
The face Jordan makes as he is watching Thomas on the iPad immediately became the next great, very relatable Michael Jordan meme. Or, MeMe as Dwyane Wade put it in a tweet.
Mike has successfully become another MeMe https://t.co/ihrBBKpP1L— DWade (@DwyaneWade) April 27, 2020
Wade’s tweet naturally led to this tweet.
When I saw DWade type it as MeMe pic.twitter.com/RTUUUGDLp2— Who Dat Queen 👑 (@whodatqueen1) April 27, 2020
Which led to these tweets.
Her: “I don’t normally do this on the first date”— David Bana™ (@ThaNowhereMan) April 27, 2020
My face when I’m trying to figure out what a “MeMe” is pic.twitter.com/Ux0H7H8d0p— 2020 we all gonna die (@Brandon86005041) April 27, 2020
when you text her with sarcasm and she texts back with a better sarcasm.😂 pic.twitter.com/Mz5PBnKi78— 23.08💦 (@joachym__) April 27, 2020
Of course, Wade wasn’t the only one to notice the look on Jordan’s face.
When people start beefing in the group chat pic.twitter.com/A1KxLkyEse— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) April 27, 2020
When my aunts are criticizing each other during Zoom family meetings. pic.twitter.com/SraI53D1Hj— Carlos (@carlosodj) April 27, 2020
Food on Ubereats $21.48— Taylor Pate (@taylorlpate) April 27, 2020
Delivery Fee $0.99
Total $98.49 pic.twitter.com/BOGqun0nuG
That wasn’t even the only Michael Jordan reaction from his watching Thomas’ video that went viral as a new meme.
Michael Jordan: The GOAT of sports memes.