'Bye Felicia' Is Trending Yet Again On Trump's Last Day In Office
The meme has been brought back to life.
Jan 19, 2021, 12:42 PM
Donald Trump has officially reached the last full day of his presidential term, and it seems some on Twitter are celebrating.
The term "Bye Felicia," which originated in the 1995 film "Friday," has officially been brought back to life thanks to thousands of Tweeters extending their goodbyes to the 45th President of the United States.
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#ByeFelcia tweets as of 12 p.m. EST
Nearly 24-thousand tweets had been made by 12 p.m. EST, all with #ByeFelicia attached to the end, as it seems many on Twitter are celebrating Donald Trump's departure from the White House.
One more day y’all 😂👋🏻 #ByeFelicia https://t.co/jWVEszFnPD— George ∅ (@George ∅) 1611033927.0
Others had been counting the days until President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris take over the White House for the next four years.
Tomorrow Biden gets sworn in....so.......Bye Bye Trump #ByeFelicia https://t.co/s42s1iBzjU— Aspen 🎩 (@Aspen 🎩) 1611074275.0
Trump is expected to move out of the White House first thing Wednesday and head for his new home at the Mar-a-Lago in Florida, where moving trucks have reportedly been spotted.
Trump's moving truck from Washington arrives at Mar-a-Lago. Good luck Florida. Thoughts & Prayers. 🚚🧳📦 #ByeFelicia https://t.co/7EWcOc78xm— Nick Longo 👁🗨 (@Nick Longo 👁🗨) 1611075480.0