JacksFilms posted a tweet, asking followers to describe PlayStation 5 in four words. The fans have come up with hilarious tweets and memes.
Sony has released the PS5 after 7 years, the last installment was unveiled in November 2013. People are not happy with the looks and feel of the latest PlayStation. It is overpriced and looks like a fan or hands drier.
The hashtag #YIAYPS5 is currently trending at No. 2 in the United States. It displays how much people disliked the PS5.
It all started when Jack Patrik Douglass, a 31-year-old American YouTuber, comedian, web-based entertainer, and gamer tweeted where he asked fans to describe PS5 in 4 words. Jack is famously known for his YouTube series (YIAY) where he asks the audience a question and they reply humorously. Check out his tweet:-
YIAY challenge! In just 4 words, describe the PS5. Use #YIAYps5 so I can find ya!
— jacksfilms (@jacksfilms) June 12, 2020
Next thing we know, the #YIAYPS5 is trending nationwide and people are going to great lengths to call PS5 various names.
PS5 is being related to a fan, better than a fridge, the tower from marvel, etc. Check out the tweets below.
YIAY Sony’s PS5 Memes Twitter
#YIAYps5 This is a fan pic.twitter.com/Bbyb9IseF1
— CooperWAHnimates (@cooper_animates) June 12, 2020
#YIAYps5 The future of pogging. pic.twitter.com/AiEJ6QOhgo
— Quionol (@Lidr9964) June 12, 2020
#YIAYps5 Public bathroom hand dryer pic.twitter.com/V2w3GOYR0h
— 𝕮𝖍𝖊𝖗𝖎𝖘𝖊 🔪 (@CheriseBombe) June 12, 2020
Remember those bootleg Wiis? pic.twitter.com/jCz53vADh3
— EddieGames – #WhiteLivesMatter 👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻 (@PittyParappa101) June 12, 2020
#YIAYps5 It’s Hulk Hogan’s mustache pic.twitter.com/JEvBjGBltH
— Rayve (@RayveReviewsYT) June 12, 2020
Looks like Daft Punk #YIAYps5 pic.twitter.com/vWdtMSqqB9
— Emma (@Erms0126) June 12, 2020
#YIAYps5 Me so broke now
— Jason Choate (@PlowMySock) June 12, 2020
Who is JacksFilms? Net Worth?
JacksFilms began his YouTuber journey in 2006 when he started the channel jacksfilms. In the initial days, he used to do infomercial parodies, sketches, and comedy videos. With time, his fan base grew to a substantial degree and Jack began comedy series like Your Grammar Sucks (YGS), JackAsk, and Yesterday I Asked You (YIAY).
As of June 2020, his channel has 2,281,761,968 views, 4.73 million subscribers, and 1193 videos online.
Jack Douglass’s net worth is estimated at around $8 Million.
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