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19 Dollar Fortnite Meme Explained

The man, the myth, the legend: @mrblocku showing off the $19 dollar Fortnite card in the original TikTok.
The man, the myth, the legend: @mrblocku showing off the $19 dollar Fortnite card in the original TikTok. / @mrblocku on TikTok

19 dollar Fortnite meme explained, who wants it?

19 Dollar Fortnite Meme Explained

At the very beginning of the year, TikTok user @murblocku (formerly known as @imsofate) uploaded a TikTok of him explaining his giveaway, and urging users to "share, share, share."

The way in which @mrblocku presents his video ended up capturing audiences, as the purposeful "laggy" style looks a little off-putting, but unique for sure.

Another tried and true line of @mrblocku that ended up adding fuel to the meme was what he said after urging his followers to share "and trolls, don't get blocked!" As it goes, my acknowledging his own trolls, they only came at @mrblocku stronger, and brought along another wave of trolls as his 19 dollar Fortnite card giveaways began to become more popular.

As it goes with a meme that ends up picking up enough steam, the 19 dollar Fortnite card meme got repurposed into Morshu dubs, Everywhere at the End of Time edits, and even dubbing @mrblocku's voice over President Joe Biden.

The 19 dollar Fortnite meme was one of those memes of the past year to really take over, and its hard to forget it!