Do you love him or hate him He Spittin Facts, also called Do You Agree with Him, is the series of humorous videos made in the style of demotivational advertisements in where viewers are asked the option of deciding whether or not they agree with a variety of people whom they have been “spitting facts”, with their words usually replaced with Dubstep or similar sounds with ear-rape effects and bass-boosting typically added.
Love Him Or Hate Him He Spittin Facts
The term “spitting facts” has been employed in memes before the advent in the form. For instance on April 9 of 2019 Instagram users drippyflows and iFunny posted an Instagram post with the phrase, which received over 3,500 followers in 4 months (shown below in the left). 1 On the 29th of April in 2019 iFunny user Braverbuddy uploaded a video captioned by the phrase. The post ended up getting over 92,400 views over the course of 3 months (shown below right).
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On June 1st, 2019, Instagram user ironicbepis posted the video of a teen sounding a siren, that was captioned “Do you agree with him?” (original post not available anymore, YouTube reupload shown below).
In the following weeks, multiple users on Instagram uploaded similar edits, including notable posts by willmakememes4food, realstiffy and pr6xe (examples shown below).
The precise origin for the “Love Him or Hate Him, He Spittin Fax” meme is still unknown. On the 24th of June, 2019, iFunny user panthur reposted the very first meme with the phrase, which ended up receiving 56 comments in a single month (post which is below). 
On the 3rd of July in the year 2019, Instagram user grandmas.buttwhole shared an update to the video where the man’s voice was replaced by “Bangarang” by Skrillex made by an unknown creator. The post received over 237,000 views in just three weeks. The identical day YouTube member Magical Peanut uploaded another edit to the video. 
On the 10th of July 2019 Instagram user lunkycharms uploaded an Instagram video of Kanye West modified in a similar way and set to a dubstep tune “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” by Skrillex and gaining more than 1100 thousand views (shown beneath). 10. On the day of July 10, Instagram users awkvardd and wkvardd shared an even smaller version that incorporated the same meme that garnered 38,500 views. 
In the next few days the meme gained substantial following across Instagram, iFunny and Twitter. On the 17th of July in 2019 YouTuber Keemstar shared an edit posted by Twitter user @extremeblitz to promote further growth of this meme. On the 18th of July, Grandayy posted a version of the clip featuring Ray William Johnson which gained more than 779,000 views within two days.
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