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Hey, Shitass refers to a series of videos and memes centered around a Minecraft player using the nickname "shitass." Originating from a viral TikTok video, the memes featuring gained popularity in late October 2020, primarily in the form of video edits in which players demonstrate their Minecraft skills to players nicknamed "shitass."
On September 26th, 2020, TikTok user splinkysplonk posted a humorous Minecraft video in which he addresses a Minecraft player on the server nicknamed "shitass," calls him a "stupid bitch" and boasts about his speedbridging ability. The video received over 921,000 views and 209,900 likes in one month (shown below).
Hey, shitass, wanna see me speedbridge? Stupid bitch. Now you try it. He's never gonna do… Bad, you're bad, you fucking suck!
The intentionally poor quality of voice recording in the video is a comedic technique referred to as the funny mic, often associated with Minecraft streamer Jschlatt who often used it his videos. The original video also references Minecraft YouTuber Dream, which inspired similar references in later videos (mainly through the player using Dream's signature Minecraft skin).
In the following days, the video received viral spread online; for example, an October 3rd, 2020, reupload by Twitter user @TheFunny_mp4 received over 1,800 retweets, 8,300 likes and 55,800 views in three weeks. On September 27th, 2020, TikTok user sangwoobruh posted a Killing Stalking version of the video, gaining nearly 20,000 views and 4,700 likes in one month and marking the earliest notable derivative meme based on the original video.
On October 18th, 2020, Twitter user @TypicklesF posted a humorous Minecraft speedrun inspired by the TikTok. The post received over 198,100 views, 6,800 retweets and 30,000 likes in three days (shown below).
— Typickle 🐧 (@TypicklesF) October 18, 2020
Hey, shitass, wanna see me speedrun?
Following the viral spread of the original video and @TypicklesF's version, the meme gained notable popularity online, mostly in the form of video edits in which players demonstrated their Minecraft skills to another player nicknamed "shitass," who would proceed to attack them in the end of the video.
 TikTok – @splinkysplonk
 Twitter – @TheFunny_mp4
 TikTok – sangwoobruh
 Twitter – @TypicklesF
Oct 22, 2020 at 12:39AM EDT
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