Oh Hell Nah!! Not My Son!
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Oh Hell Nah!! Not My Son! refers to a series of exploitable image macros based on a cartoon in which a father drags his son away from something he considers a bad influence, usually a manga or an anime franchise. The original webcomic was posted by artist Davian Chester in December 2020, with the meme format being popularized on Twitter in mid-November 2021 before spreading to additional platforms.
On December 2nd, 2020, cartoonist Davian Chester (@Real_Toons) posted a comic within his Illustrating the Black Experience series in which an upset African-American father drags his son away from a white girl, with the boy dropping a flower bouquet meant for the girl. In the cartoon, the father says, "Oh hell nah!! Not my son!" In the post, Chester wrote, "Toxic or protective father?" The cartoon (shown below) gained over 2,200 likes on Instagram, 130 reactions on Facebook and five retweets on Twitter in one year.
The image did not see use as a meme format until November 14th, 2021, when Twitter user @mezthegoz posted an edit of the cartoon in which cover artwork for the Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro anime series was edited in (shown below). The post gained over 3,500 retweets and 30,100 likes in two days.
Starting on the same day, the image saw further spread on Twitter and iFunny as source material for memes, with users editing cover art of anime series and images of various fandoms. For example, on November 14th, 2021, Twitter users @CallOfDutyisepi and @curtisjuro posted Danganronpa and Genshin Impact versions of the meme that gained over 7,400 retweets and 52,900 likes and 9,600 retweets and 69,300 likes in two days, respectively (shown below, left and center). On November 15th, iFunny user posted a meme about Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya series that gained over 7,800 smiles in one day (shown below, right).
On November 14th, 2021, Twitter user @Yonbu_ reposted the original version of the comic, with the post gaining over 5,100 retweets and 61,500 likes.
Starting on November 16th, alternative versions of the meme in which the father drags his son towards something started to appear. For example, on that day, Twitter user @CrashSchwarzen1 and Instagram user professorguts posted two such memes.
 Instagram – real_toons
 Facebook – Thoughts? Toxic or protective father?
 Twitter – Original Image
 Twitter – @mezthegoz
 Twitter – @CallOfDutyisepi
 Twitter – @curtisjuro
 Twitter – @CrashSchwarzen1
 Instagram – professorguts
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