Chance the Rapper tweeted ‘WALA’ and Pinoys had the best response

July 23rd, 2018
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Chance the Rapper is at it again after his popular “Pero like” had the Filipino Twitter thinking he suddenly became a Pinoy conyo.

Pero like…

— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) January 1, 2017

The Grammy-award winning singer and songwriter recently released a new song called “Wala Cam”. Before releasing the song, he teased everyone with a tweet that says “WALA” and naturally, Filipinos had the best response.

WALA

— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) July 19, 2018

In Filipino, the word “Wala” means “nothing” and Rico Blanco thought it’s best to put an emphasis to it.

AS IN WALA

— bestfriend korics (@ricoblanco) July 20, 2018

Others decided to reference an iconic line from the movie “Anak”.

pero meron meron meron?!

— Jeypee. (@cannupener) July 19, 2018

pic.twitter.com/Qe4beu1JWe

— Stee Said So (@steelawake) July 20, 2018

And due to persistent heavy rainfall over the past few days, some took the rapper’s tweet as an opportunity to clarify class suspensions.

NG PASOK SA METRO MANILA IN ALL LEVELS??? ANO BA, LINAWIN MO. #WalangPasok

— JR Beringuela (@_jrberinguela03) July 19, 2018

Or bring up this gold local meme.

pic.twitter.com/uiUnOGLVcu

— badoy (@badoydoybadz) July 20, 2018

Some people felt attacked by the musician’s tweet.

akong jowa? Ina ka

— Isso (@issotoshi) July 20, 2018

Ok thanks for clearing na wala syang feelings for me

— Jodie 💫 (@JodieAlejaga) July 20, 2018

Others couldn’t help but relate it to Parokya Ni Edgar’s “The Ordertaker”.

Meron ba kayong chopsuey? https://t.co/pByClGgMcl

— Edward Ramirez, struggling musician (@edwardsramirez) July 20, 2018

Meron bang kahit na ano? https://t.co/d2G4PnSirI

— SALBAKUTA KINABALU (@keiakamatsu) July 20, 2018

And Sandwich’s “Betamax” that even Raymund Marasigan joined the fun!

wala pa nung myx, wala pa nung mtv, wala pa nung internet, wala pa nung ipod o mp3 https://t.co/nMSGZP1j7Y

— iggy san pablo (@igspector) July 20, 2018

nanay mo: [pinapagalitan ka]
ikaw: [sumasagot nang pabulong]
nanay mo: maY SINASABI KA?
ikaw: https://t.co/SUub5WcW07

— #StandWithWorkers (@MillennialOfMNL) July 20, 2018

Chance’s tweet quickly became a meme for Pinoy conversations Twitter.

Cashier: “Ma’am, may smaller bills po ba—“
Me: https://t.co/LkN7jbfLN8

— Saab (@saabmagalona) July 20, 2018

nanay mo: [pinapagalitan ka]
ikaw: [sumasagot nang pabulong]
nanay mo: maY SINASABI KA?
ikaw: https://t.co/SUub5WcW07

— #StandWithWorkers (@MillennialOfMNL) July 20, 2018

“Musta lovelife?”

Me: https://t.co/lrruR1eECY

— Karlo (@karlomgb) July 20, 2018

May promo code ba https://t.co/fZWG1ABAOd

— Angkas (@angkas) July 20, 2018

And now we have the crossover we never thought we needed.

Friends: Uy ok lang ba? May problema ka ba?

Me: pic.twitter.com/dGdGmihPTy

— Jai Cabajardashian (@jaicabajar) July 20, 2018

 


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