- The Nigerian man behind the trending catchphrase ''If you don't get it, forget about it'' has surfaced in a new video
- The man had become an internet sensation following his response when asked to give the full meaning of CV
- Many Nigerians thought he looked dapper than his appearance in the viral interview video while others remarked on his intonation
Social media has overtime become the fastest way for one to go viral and become a celebrity without necessarily putting extra effort or resources into it, this is the case of a Nigerian man.
Though his real name is still unknown, his face has become a signature and a 'must use' for video memes on the Nigerian internet space.
The man had gone viral after a video of his response to being asked on the street what CV meant in full had surfaced on social media.
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How the CV man came to be
In the video that launched him to limelight, he had responded by saying something incoherent and upon asked by the interviewer to explain his answer he said, 'If you don't get it, forget about it.'
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Since he became an internet sensation, he had been nowhere to be found until someone ran into him recently and shared a video of the moment with the 'CV man.'
In the video shared by Krakstv on Instagram, a man who caught up with the 'CV man' hailed him with both men ending up playing with the popular catchphrase.
"Daddy pls open IG account.. “daddyCV” is a good name. You gerrit! ,if you don’t gerrit, forget abourrit!!"
"I like he man... He didn't even front to start opening one Instagram page to start begging for money... He accept the cruise and moved on... :. He's not an hungry man"
"Who talk say job no day Naija na you never wan pick taskthis one don complete his own task."
"This man ehn can't get that sentence of my mind especially the whistle."
Nigerian man and lady behind popular memes go on date
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the man and lady behind popular Nigerian memes had finally gone on a date.
The female version of the viral meme is that of a little girl smiling while receiving her own gift. Both of them were present at the same event, which was their graduation
The "frowning boy" and the "smiling girl" shared adorable videos and photos from their time out together on social media.
In one of the videos, the duo could be seen in a mall as the lady carried two white nylons. Focusing the camera on the young lady, @EvansTed101 said:
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"Fine girl, see your smile."
The lady responded smilingly by saying "fake smile".