The internet can’t get enough of meme-inspired music, and Plies is leading the charge! In no time, he transformed a viral meme into a catchy tune everyone’s talking about. Here’s what went down.

  • Plies dropped a song inspired by a viral meme video of Hailey Welch.
  • The track, titled ‘HAWK TUAH,’ was released less than two weeks after the video surfaced.
  • Shaquille O’Neal shared a doctored image of Drake, sparking online chatter.
  • Shaq later apologized, clarifying that he meant no harm with the post.

Last month, Tim & Dee TV interviewed Hailey Welch during a night out. When asked about a move that drives men wild, she cheekily replied: “You gotta give him that ‘hawk tuah’ and spit on that thang.” Plies wasted no time and spun this moment into a hilarious track.

On July 4, just under two weeks after the meme started circulating, the 48-year-old rapper released ‘HAWK TUAH.’ It features lines like: “She just hit my line and said she wanna come through/ I just hit her back and told her pull up on me, boo.” The song is quickly becoming a sensation.

Meanwhile, in another corner of the meme universe, Shaquille O’Neal posted a doctored image on his social media featuring Drake’s face on a woman’s body. The internet exploded with reactions.

On his podcast, Shaq clarified the situation. He said, “Let me apologize right quick. The mistake I made was I should’ve said ‘Who did this?’” He stressed that he wasn’t trolling Drake but thought it was funny and hoped Drake did too. Once the image went viral, Shaq decided to take it down.

The meme culture continues to inspire unexpected and entertaining creations in the world of music and social media.

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