'Hustlers' Star Keke Palmer's 'Sorry to This Man' Clip Has Gone Viral & Might Be Meme of the Year
The "Akila And The Bee" star actress, Keke Palmer, is the latest Twitter meme after undergoing a lie detector test by Vanity Fair. In one of the questions she was asked, she gave the most hilarious response!
The most interesting aspect of social media platforms is the cutting-edge responses making waves due to the hilarious viral reactions. The recent clip to be used as a meme is Keke Palmer while Vanity Fair was conducting a lie detector test on her, as reported by Complex.
At this point, you've most likely seen Keke Palmer's humorous "sorry to this man" meme that's dominating the internet, according to reports by Elle. However, if you don't frequent Twitter as much, we have all the juice on the story.
Even though she's now an ABC employee, Palmer didn't recall the politician. Honestly, we can't blame her because she was 15 years old at the time Cheney was significant in America. Palmer said:
"Ooh y'all really testing me on some stuff that I—I hate to say it. I hope I don't sound ridiculous. I don't know who this man is. He could be walking down the street, I wouldn't know a thing. Sorry to this man."
Twitter, the home of memes, accessed this clip, and Palmer's reply is being used to portray various hilarious contexts.
One user wrote:
"Keke Palmer’s “Sorry to this man” is unintentionally the best tagline for Hustlers. HER MIND."
Keke Palmer’s “Sorry to this man” is unintentionally the best tagline for Hustlers. HER MIND. pic.twitter.com/snl0tzQ3nk— R. Eric Thomas (@oureric) September 15, 2019
Another personalized it saying:
"Me watching videos of myself acting a fool from the night before"
Me watching videos of myself acting a fool from the night before😂: https://t.co/mhydBNW00p— 281-330-8004 (@itsZylan) September 13, 2019
Another twitter user referenced the power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z saying:
"Me to Beyoncé’s husband after watching the premiere of Lemonade"
One twitter user took a jab at some rappers saying:
Whenever I’m asked about 90 percent of the rappers with Lil as part of their name— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) September 14, 2019
"Whenever I’m asked about 90 percent of the rappers with Lil as part of their name"