England Is My City
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England Is My City is a lyric said by rapper Nick Crompton in the video for "It's Everyday Bro" by Vine and YouTube star Jake Paul. The lyric was mocked online, as England is a country, not a city. Most of the parodies in various YouTube Poop videos and remixes.
On May 30th, 2017, Jake Paul uploaded a music video for a song called "It's Everyday Bro" to YouTube, where it gained over 26 million views (shown below). In the video, he brags about his followers and stated that he would soon pass Pewdiepie. Furthermore he made reference to his ex-girlfriend Alissa Violet, another YouTube star, who had undergone a very public breakup a few months prior amid rumors of mutual cheating and that Violet had begun to date Jake's brother, Logan. During the video, Nick Crompton appears and delivers a guest verse in which he says the line "England is my city."
The first parody was posted on June 4th, when YouTube channel Aunix uploaded a YouTube Poop video of the lyric, gaining over 1.4 million views (shown below, left). This sparked a surge of jokes and parody videos, several of which gained hundreds of thousands of views. For example, on June 20th, Alpacafries uploaded a Replacement Remix where "England is my city" replaced "every time they say something stupid," gaining over 572,000 views (shown below, right). On June 7th, Redditor TheAwesomeGem posted a question about the surge of "England is my city" jokes appearing in comments and videos to /r/OutOfTheLoop.
 /r/OutOfTheLoop – Why are people saying England is my city?
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