“Johny Johny Yes Papa”: the meme born from YouTube’s hellscape of kids’ videos, explained – Vox


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“Johny Johny Yes Papa”: the meme born from YouTube's hellscape of kids' videos, explained
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The meme is named after the song at its center, “Johny Johny Yes Papa,” which is the foundation for an extremely trippy viral video that racked up nearly 300,000 likes when it was casually shared on Twitter last week by a user named @b6ner, who offered

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