Fuck Her Right in the Pussy / FHRITP

Fuck Her Right in the Pussy / FHRITP

Updated Jan 20, 2015 at 04:19AM EST by Alex Mercer.

Added May 29, 2014 at 01:15PM EDT by Don.

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About

“Fuck Her Right in the Pussy” is an obscene quote that gained much notoriety online after it was widely thought to have been said by a videobombing prankster during the live broadcast of a local news report in Cincinnati, Ohio. The stunt was eventually debunked as a viral hoax campaign orchestrated by filmmaker John Cain after a third video purported as a newscast blooper was posted to Reddit in May 2014.

Origin

On January 4th, 2014, Cincinnati-based filmmaker John Cain uploaded a video titled “Reporter fired for remarks about missing woman on LIVE TV” which shows a reporter for a FOX-affiliated local news station making inappropriate remarks on camera, including the line “I’ll fuck her right in the pussy.”



On January 7th, Cain’s video was highlighted by Ray William Johnson in an episode titled “Things That Kill,” giving further boost to its virality on YouTube. As of late May 2014, the video has garnered nearly 2 million views.

Spread

On February 13th, 2014, YouTuber John Cain uploaded a second video titled “Reporter interrupted during live broadcast,” which begins with a reporter for the Cincinnati news station WLWT-5 describing a train derailment, before he is suddenly interrupted by a mustached man in a black hoodie and sunglasses who grabs the microphone and yells “Fuck her right in the pussy!” (shown below). In the first four months, the video gained over 2.4 million views and 1,100 comments.



On the following day, Redditor AmIDoingThisRight29 submitted the video to the /r/youtubehaiku[1] subreddit, where it gained over 750 upvotes and 30 comments in three months. On April 7th, 2014, Tumblr user magnificentshibe[3] posted an audio file of the 2008 hip hop song “Paper Planes” by M.I.A. combined with a clip of the “Fuck her right in the pussy” quote. Within two months, the post garnered more than 49,000 notes.



On May 19th, 2014, Liveleak user cainpro uploaded a video titled “Man trolls news crew on Live TV,” featuring another news report in which the same man is interviewed by a reporter and says “I was sitting on my front porch, grabbed a beer and fuck her right in the pussy” (shown below). In two weeks, the video gathered over 990,000 views and 1,200 comments. On the same day, Redditor dragonsky submitted the video to the /r/videos[8] subreddit, where it garnered upwards of 24,750 upvotes and 1,200 comments.



In the comments section of the post, Redditor Ryan0617 claimed the videos had been faked and linked to a blog post[2] by video maker John Cain stating that he planned to make several viral videos in 2014. Following Ryan0617’s comment, both Gawker[6] and Mediate[7] published articles about the hoax videos, noting that Cain had begun selling “Fuck Her Right in the Pussy” T-shirts (shown below).



On May 22nd, Instagram[4] user mrgiveyogirlback posted a joke in which a screenshot of the “Fuck her right in the pussy” man is used to respond to a father asking “What are your intentions with my daughter?” (shown below). The same day, Tumblr user dylansmole[5] reblogged the Instagram post, receiving over 109,000 notes in the first week.



Jameis Winston’s Florida State University Outburst

On September 16th, 2014, several students at Florida State University (FSU) tweeted that FSU quarterback Jameis Winston stood on a table on campus and yelled “fuck her right in the pussy.”[9] Many of the tweets have since been deleted.



On the following day, USA Today sports journalist Dan Wolken tweeted[10] that the university had suspended Winston for the first half of an upcoming game and added that any students threatening those who tweeted about incident should be thrown out of school.[11] In the coming days, several news sites reported on the incident, including UpRoxx,[12] The Daily Beast,[13] Deadspin[14] and College Spun.[15]



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