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Keisha Fabo is a fictional character based on a custom-skinned avatar from the strategic life simulation game The Sims 3 and the title of the machinima sketch series created by YouTuber Kyle M. In the video series, Keisha Fabo is portrayed as an African American female stereotype, along with two of her girlfriends Breadquanda and Deltrese.
On June 16th, 2011, Kyle M uploaded a video titled “Keisha Fabo” (shown below), in which two 3D custom avatars from The Sims gossip about their friend’s sex life. In the first three years, the video gained over 1.35 million views and 2,700 comments.
On the following day, Kyle M uploaded a sequel titled “Keisha Fabo 2,” in which Fabo sings an insulting song to Deltrese (shown below, left). Within roughly two years, the video received more than 310,000 views and 1,000 comments. On June 18th, a Facebook page titled “Keisha Fabo” was created. On June 28th, a third video was uploaded introducing the character Bonshaquita’Lafondria (shown below, right), accumulating upwards of 650,000 views and 2,600 comments in the next two years.
On August 21st, YouTuber Miles Jai uploaded a video titled “Like Mah Status,” which includes several references to the Keisha Fabo web series (shown below). In the following two years, the video garnered upwards of 10.5 million views and 34,000 comments.
On December 19th, a profile article for Keisha Fabo was launched on the wiki site Wikia. On December 21st, The Sims 3 player JMIKE92 uploaded 3D-rendered models of several characters from the series to the game’s exchange database (shown below). On March 13th, 2012, Urban Dictionary user keishafabo submitted an entry for the term “Hoe mah gurr,” citing the Keisha Fabo videos as the origin of the expression.
Deltrese Song Covers
The “Deltrese song” from the second Keisha Fabo video has inspired the creation of several covers on YouTube.