Love You Boys Let Go / Freddy Chase Hot Air Balloon

Got The Framing Right? / "Love You Boys" Let Go

Updated Oct 03, 2022 at 11:49AM EDT by Owen.

Added May 11, 2022 at 08:56AM EDT by Owen.

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"Love You Boys" Let Go, also known as Freddy Chase Green Screen Fall, refers to a viral video of skydiver and base jumper Freddy Chase letting go of a ledge on a hot air balloon and falling with his hands behind his head before pulling out his parachute. He's asked in the video, "Any last words?" to which he replies "love you boys," and then he does a "3, 2, 1," countdown. The video was posted to TikTok in late 2021 but was later green-screened in early 2022, leading to subsequent exploitable memes where Chase would be falling into an image macro with a coinciding caption related to being nonchalant about falling.


On September 25th, 2021, professional base jumper, skydiver and paraglider Freddy Chase posted a video[1] of him hanging off the ledge of a hot air balloon, letting go and putting his hands behind his head. Over the course of eight months, the video received roughly 6.7 million plays and 347,600 likes. Three days later, on September 28th, Freddy Chase posted the video[2] again with new audio, earning roughly 18 million plays and 833,300 likes in eight months (shown below, left).

On September 27th, 2021, the TikTok[3] account oldrowoutdoors also posted the video, this time, however, with no music and just the original audio of Chase talking to his friends before letting go. Over the course of eight months, the TikTok received roughly 12.4 million plays and 875,200 likes (shown below, right).

Have a good one, bro.
Justice, you got the framing right?
Got you, bro.
Last words?
Love you boys.
See ya!
Alright, three, two, one, see ya.
He's going a little right.

On April 29th, 2022, the TikTok[4] account creatorsetmedia posted Chase's video but put a green screen as the background, thereby allowing creators to insert their own images or videos. Over the course of two weeks, the video received roughly 282,300 plays and 14,400 likes (shown below).


On April 29th, 2022, the TikTok[5] account was the first to use the template, making a joke about a 10mm socket falling into an engine compartment while working on a car. Over the course of two weeks, the video received roughly 322,200 plays and 40,300 likes (shown below, left). On April 30th, 2022, TikToker[6] steezy33_ used the template in another video that referenced car culture, earning roughly 14,000 plays and 1,000 likes in two weeks (shown below, right).

On May 5th, 2022, TikToker[7] suzxne used the template to reference the anime movie A Silent Voice, earning roughly 838,100 plays and 237,500 likes in six days (shown below, left). A day later, on May 6th, 2022, the TikTok[8] page tsm used it to make a joke about Valorant players, earning roughly 4328,500 plays and 3,900 likes in five days (shown below, right).

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[1] TikTok – @freddychase

[2] TikTok – @freddychase

[3] TikTok – @oldrowoutdoors

[4] TikTok – @creatorsetmedia

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[6] TikTok – @steezy33_

[7] TikTok – @suzxne

[8] TikTok – @tsm

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