Updated: November 7, 2020 6:22:28 pm
As netizens await the results of the US presidential elections 2020, there is no dearth of entertainment online in the form of memes and videos. Now, a remix of US President Donald Trump’s speeches, including the one he made in India earlier this year, has netizens hooked. If you remember, during the speech, Trump had mispronounced Swami Vivekananda’s name.
Mayur Jumani, a music producer and composer, has given Trump’s speeches a hilarious musical twist. Titled ‘Vivekamunand Mix feat Trump’, the peppy track has been shared by the artiste on multiple platforms creating a big buzz online. It has nearly 5 lakh views on Instagram alone, leaving many, including celebrities, impressed.
Here’s how netizens reacted to it:
— सुशांत सिंह sushant singh سشانت سنگھ (@sushant_says) November 6, 2020
— 𝒏𝒊𝒍𝒆𝒔𝒉 (@nilesh14) November 6, 2020
— Tisca Chopra (@tiscatime) November 5, 2020
— RJ Sameen (@RJSameenKhan) November 6, 2020
Addicted To This Song😂😂 https://t.co/wXWR7zuKO7
— 🅰🅰ⓀⒶⓈⒽ™ (@Allu_tArAk123) November 6, 2020
— Sharda Mandal (@sharda_r) November 6, 2020
Best thing saw during #USElection2020 👌👌
EXCELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLENT 👌 pic.twitter.com/mJVTbQLoWE
— V7™🇮🇳 (@vijjuxi) November 6, 2020
The only content on my TL that made me fall off my chair laughing. Feat Trump, feat “I’m the least racist person in the room”. https://t.co/jd0hBvAjRx
— bidisha (@bee_muses) November 5, 2020
OMG! This is Hilarious! Seen some real talent being splashed out here.
— Promila Bittu safaya (@BittuSafaya) November 5, 2020
After the US President’s speech at ‘Namaste Trump’ in February this year, social media exploded with memes and spoofs. Comedian Jose Covaco’s spoof video where he tried to get the US president to say the names correctly was among the viral videos on social media.
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