The 'Crying Jordan' Meme Is Coming Alive Thanks To Snapchat's New Feature
Just when you thought the Jordan crying face was about to go out of style, a new feature has made it possible to get it into your Snapchat feed.
Snapchat's latest update now allows people to swap faces with a picture from their camera rolls. So, it was only going to be a matter of time before users put two and two together and realized they can swap faces with a saved photo of the crying Jordan meme.
Thus, the Jordan crying "filter" was born.
SHOUTOUT SNAPCHAT FOR LETTING ME CRYING JORDAN MYSELF pic.twitter.com/jxjXp0RgUh — ᎷᏆᏟᎻᎪᎬᏞ ᏚᏢᎬNᏟᎬᎡ ᏓᎡ (@MSpencer_24) April 22, 2016
Had to take advantage of the new snapchat update and face swap myself with the crying Jordan face lol pic.twitter.com/M0m7rbXsV6 — Jeff Ravishing (@JDejuan2) April 22, 2016
Yeah, you get the point.
And no, Jordan won't be suing Snapchat any time soon. Since the company hasn't formally used his likeness to create a specific filter, there's really no offense to go to court over. But that doesn't make this joke any less funny.
We're done here.