Thanksgiving is here, which means the holiday season is officially upon us. Fittingly, you’ve also seen the first meme of the holiday season thanks to Baby Rexha’s halftime show.
Performing at an NFL halftime show between the Detroit Lions and the Buffalo Bills in which the latter won, Rexha was booed by the audience. The reason why she seemed like a mystery to those who only followed the drama from the internet, but it turns out that the platform she was acting on was not even visible to the people in the stadium.
It’s always a positive start to have your audience completely unable to see you, because that’s why people go to concerts and performances in the first place. To not see the people on stage.
The slow voyage of discovery has been excellent, and her performance itself for those who were able to see it also resulted in memes. Spinning the camera during people’s Thanksgiving meals probably isn’t the best idea, so pack your sick bags. There have been a lot of comments about the giddiness of her acting and, frankly, it’s hard to deny.
Typically, in film, turning a camera is used to indicate entering a new phase or a massive change in the story. Essentially showing everything you knew before is now being challenged. Which seems fitting for Rexha’s performance, because everything you knew before about withholding food is now gone.
Now we are all waiting for the lawsuit against Rexha for the immense damage to the esophagus caused by the performance. Join now and get a free steak knife set.
There’s still a solid five weeks left before the festive season really hits its stride, so we really appreciate Rexha’s efforts to set the trend with her vomit-inducing performance.